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ANNUAL REPORTS 



Officers of State 



STATE OF INDIANA, 



ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS, TRUSTEES AND SUPERINTENDENTS OF THE 

SEVERAL BENEVOLENT AND REFORMATORY INSTITUTIONS, AS 

REQUIRED BY LAW TO BE MADE TO THE GOVERNOR, 



Fiscal Year Ending October 31, 1894. 



BY AUTHORITY. 



INDIANAPOLIS: 

WM. B. BUEFORD, CONTRACTOR FOR STATE PRINTING AND BINDING. 
1895. 



PREFACE. 



STATE OF INDIANA, 

Office of Secretary of State, 

Indianapolis, July 25, 1895. 

In accordance with the requirements of an act, approved February 3, 1853, 
(1st G. & H., p. 538), the several administrative officers of the State^ and the 
Trustees and Superintendents of the Benevolent, Reformatory and Educational 
Institutions thereof, have submitted to the Governor, and filed in the Executive 
Department the reports required of them for the fiscal year ending October 31, 
1894, and the calendar year ending December 31, 1894, respectively, which have 
been entered of record in the order of their reception, and delivered to the Secre- 
tary of State for publication under the order of the Board of Commissioners of 
Public Printing and Binding. 

One thousand copies of reports are now bound in two volumes, and issued 
to the officers and persons designated by law to receive them. The usual number 
of copies of each report have also been bound in pamphlet form, and delivered to 
the responsible officer or superintendent of each Institution for distribution in 
such manner as they may deem for the best interests of the State. 

THOS. J. CAETER, 

Clerk Bureau Public Printing. 



CONTENTS. 



FIRST VOLUME. 



Secretary of State. 
Auditor of State. 
Treasurer of State. 
Indiana University. 
Purdue University. 
State Kormal School. 

SECOND VOLUME. 

Soldiers' Orphans' Home. 

Central Hospital for Insane. 

Northern Hospital for Insane. 

Eastern Hospital for Insane. 

Southern Hospital for Insane. 

Institution for Deaf and Dumb. 

Institution for the Blind. 

Institute for Feeble-Minded Youth. 

Reformatory for Girls and Women's Prison. 

Reform School for Boys. 

State Prison South. 

State Prison North. 

Custodian of Public Buildings. 



DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



W. E. MTEES, 



Secretary of State, 



STATE OF INDIANA, 



Two Years Ending October 31st, 1894. 



TO THE GOVERNOR. 



INDIANAPOLIS: 

WM. B. BURFOBD, CONTRACTOR FOB STATK PRINTING AND BINDIKft. 
1894. 



THE STA.TE OF INDIANA, 
Executive Department, 

Indianapolis, November 10, 1894 



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Eeceived by the Governor, examined and referred to the Auditor of Stae for 
verification of the financial statements. 



Office of Auditor of State, ") 

Indianapolis, November 16, 1894. j 

The financial part of the within report has been examined and found correct 

J. O. HENDERSON, 

, Auditor of Stale. 



Returned by the Auditor of State, with the above certificate, and transmitted 
to the Secretary of State for publication, upon the order of the Board of Commis- 
sioners of Public Printing and Binding. 

MYRON D. KING, 

Private Secretary. 



Filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the State of Indiana, November 
16, 1894. 

* , W. R. MYERS. 

Secretary of State. 



BIENNIAL REPORT OF DEPARTflENT OF STATE. 



STATE OF INDIANA, 

Office of Secretary of State. 

Hon. Claude Matthews, Governor: 

Sir — I have the honor to submit herewith the biennial re- 
port of this office. It covers the period from October 31, 1892, 
to October 31, 1894, and sets forth iu detail the financial and 
other business transactions of this department. 

There is also embodied in this report other statistics and 
facts in relation to the State which I consider of such general 
interest and value as to warrant their publication. 

Th-e law regulating the fee charged by the State for charters 
granted to corporations, passed by the Fifty-seventh General 
Assembly in 1891, has not only been a source of considerable 
revenue to the State, but has met with favor generally and es- 
pecially by the corporations themselves. It has had a tendency 
to prevent the formation of corporations for purely speculative 
purposes, and the practice of incorporating with an authorized 
capital stock largely in excess of the actual operating capital. 
The amount of money collected from this source and paid into 
the Treasury in the last two years is seventy-six thousand 
four hundred and eighty-seven dollars and twenty- one cents. 

I submit herewith also the report of the Bureau of the 
Public Printing, Binding and Stationery, of which Mr. Chris- 
tian H. Stein is Clerk. "^ Notwithstanding the largely increased 
demands on the appropriation for this department, as a result 
of the natural growth of the business of the various State of- 
fices and the. additional State institutions, Mr. Stein, by the 

*C. H. Stein, Clerk of the Bureau ot Public Priming, Binding and iSiationery, died sud- 
denly at the Capitol Building on Sunday, October 28, 18t4. 



most careful economy and fidelity in this responsible position, 
has made the fund meet all requirements with a balanee to 
spare. He has systematized the work and records of the office 
so that the condition of the department is shown at a glance. 
Mr. Stein has been courteous and painstaking, and his effi- 
ciency as shown by his management can not be too highly com- 
mended. 

The printing of the reports of the Supreme and Appellate 
Courts is now done through this department. The 134th and 
1 35th volumes of the Supreme Court Reports and the'6th and 7th 
volumes of the Appellate Court Reports have been printed under 
the new law passed by the Legislature of 1891. These reports 
speak for themselves as to appearance, workmanship and ma- 
terial as well as to accuracy, and justify the wisdom of the law 
providing for the publication of the reports in this manner 
and the reduction in price to one dollar and fifty cents a 
volume to residents of the State and two dollars and fifty cents 
a volume to non-residents. 

I would respectfully suggest to the Legislature — 

1. Corporations hereafter formed should be required to 
record the certificates of incorporation issued by this office, in 
the offices of the Recorders of the counties in which the home 
offices of such corporations are located. 

2. Notaries Public and Justices of the Peace should be re- 
quired to file in the office of Secretary of State the certificate 
of the County Clerk that they have qualified according to law. 

3. Owing to a largely increased demand for the Acts of the 
Legislature, provision should be made for the printing and dis- 
tribution of a greater number than heretofore. The increased 
demand shows a greater interest of the people in the legislation 
of our State. They should be supplied with more copies of the 
Acts that they may know more of the laws by which they are 
governed, and of the actions of their representatives. 

4. A more definite law should be enacted regulating the ad- 
mission and operations of foreign corporations doing business 
in this State. In some instances home corporations are placed 
at a manifest disadvantage as compared with those from other 
States. In many States foreign corporations are required, at 
least, to file in the office of the Secretary of State a copy of 
their charter of incorporation, and in some a duly certified and 
Q,uthenticated copy of the law under which organized. 



5. As there yet remain many unsold copies of the Revised 
Statutes of 1881, I think it will be wise economy to reduce the 
price of the same. It will hardly be possible to dispose of 
those on hand at the present price before another revision is 
necessary, as one is now badly needed. 

Most respectfully submitted, 

W. R. MYERS, 

Secretary of State. 



REGISTER or DEPARTHENT OF STATE. 



WILLIAM R. MYERS, 

Secretary of State. 

W. S. ELLIS, 
Deputy Secretary of State. 

CHRIS. H. STEIN, 
Clerk of the Bureau of Printing and Binding. 

ESSIE M. SOLOMON, 

Stenographer and Clerk. 

VALENTINE C. DICKHOUT, 

Messenger. 



STATE OFFICIAL R06TER. 



October 31st, 1894. 



Claude Matthews, 
Governor. 

William R. Myers, 
Secretary of State. 

John 0. Henderson, 
Auditor of State. 

Albert Gall, 
Treasurer of State. 

Alonzo G. Smith, 
Attorney- General. 

Hervey D. Vories, 
Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

Andrew M. Sweeney, 
Clerk Supreme Court. 

Sidney R. Moon, 
Reporter Decisions of the Supreme Court. 

William A. Peele, Jr., 
Chief of Bureau of Statistics. 

Sylvester S. Gorby, 
State Geologist, 



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STATE OFFICERS ELECTED AT NOVEMBER ELEC- 
TION, 1894. 



Secretary of State, 
William D. Owen. 

Auditor of State, 
Americus C. Daily. 

Treasurer of State, 
Frederick J. Scholz. 

Attorney- General, 
William A. Ketcham. 

Clerk of Supreme Court, 
Alexander Hess. 

Superintendent Public Instruction, 
David M. Geeting. 

Chief of Indiana Bureau of Statistics, 
Simeon J. Thompson. 

State Geologist, 
Willis S. Blatchley. 

Judges of Supreme Court. 

James H. Jordan — First District. 

Leander J. Monks — Fourth District. 



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OFFICIAL REGISTER OF STATE OFFICERS, DEPU- 
TIES AND CLERKS, OCTOBER 31, 1894. 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 



Claude Maithews, 
Governor. 

Myron D. King, 
Private Secretary. 

Callie D. McMechen, 
Executive Clerk. 

John E. Meriwether, 
Messenger. 



DEPARTMENT OF STATE 



William R. Myers. 
Secretary of State. 

W. S. Ellis, 
Deputy Secretary of State. 

Chris. H. Stein, 
Clerk of Bureau of Printing and Binding. 

Essie M. Solomon, 
* Stenographer and Clerk. 

Valentine C. Dickhout, 
Messenger. 



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OFFICE OF AUDITOR OF STATE. 



John O. Henderson, 
Auditor of State. 

Joseph T. Fanning, 
Deputy Auditor of State. 

George W". Duke, 
Insurance Clerk. 

George U. Bingham, 
Land Clerk. 

William K. O'Connell, 

William F. Henderson, 

General Clerks. 

Madge Allen, 
Stenographer. 



TREASURER OF STATE'S OFFICE. 



Albert Gall, 
Treasurer of State. 

John C. Shoemaker, 
Deputy Treasurer of State. 

Clim Kessing, 
Clerk. 



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OFFICE OF CLERK OF SUPREME COURT, 



Andreav M. Sweeney, 
Clerk Supreme Court. 

R. E. Jenkins, 
Deputy. 

Mary H. Peacock, 
Fee Clerk. 

Katharine Sweeney, 
Clerk. 

Joine G. Griffith, 
Stenographer. 



OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 



Hervey D. Vories, 
Superintendent. 

Mrs. Hervey D. Vories, 
Clerk. 

Emma Starr, 
Stenographer. 



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OFFICE OF REPORTER OF SUPREME COURT 



Sidney R. Moon, 
Reporter. 

Daniel W. Crockett, 
Assistant Reporter. 



OFFCE OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL. 



Alonzo G. Smith, 
Attorney-General. 

Leon O. Bailey, 
Assistant Attorney-General. 

Hattie Moore, 
Stenographer. 



JUDGES OF SUPREME COURT. 



Silas D. Coffey First District. 

Leonard J. Hackney Second District. 

James McCabe Third District. 

*JosEPH S. Dailey Fourth District. 

Timothy E. Howard Fifth District. 



*Walter Olds resigned June 15, 1893. Jo.'^eph S. Dailey wa.s appointed by Governor Mat- 
thews July 24, 1893, to fill vacancy. 



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JUDGES OF APPELLATE COURT. 



George L. Reinhard First District. 

Frank E. Gavin Second District. 

Orlando J. Loiz Third District. 

Theodore P. Davis Fourth District. 

George E. Ross Fifth District. 



OFFICE OF STATE STATISTICIAN. 



William A. Peele, Jr., 
Chief of Bureau. 

David T. Praigg, 

Jacob B. Maynard, 

Charles Forster, 

Margaret F. Peele, 

Assistants. 



DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES. 



Sylvester S. Gorby, 
Geologist. 

Thomas McQuade, 
State Inspector of Mines. 

Kelson J. Hyde, 
State Supervisor of Oil Inspection. 

E. T. J. Jordan, 
State Inspeetor of Natural Gas. 



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STATE BOARD OF HEALTH 



S. S. Boots, M. D., President Greenfield. 

L. L. Whitesides, M. D., Vice-President Franklin. 

C. N. Metcalf, M. D., Secretary Indianapolis. 

John N. Taylor, M. D Crawfordsville. 

D. C. Ramsey, M. D Mt. Vernon. 

David N. Bekg, 
Assistant Secretary. 

Mrs. C. N. Metcalf, 

EsTELLE Jackson, 

Clerks. 



OFFICE OF STATE LIBRARIAN 



Mary Eileen Ahern, 
Librarian. 

Mary L. E. Jones, 
First Assistant. 

Mrs. Gertrude R. Hibben, 
Second Assistant. 

Michael O'Brien, 
Messenger. 



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OFFICE OF SUPREME COURT LIBRARY. 



J. C. McNuTT, 
Law Librarian. 

Leo Fitzpatrick, 
Messenger. 

David A. Roach, 
Sheriff. 



OFFICE CUSTODIAN PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND PROPERTY. 



Timothy Griffin, 
Custodian. 

F. A. Ward, 
Assistant Custodian. 



ENGINEER'S DEPARTMENT STATE HOUSE, 



Michael H. Cain, 
Chief of Department. 

Thomas C. Cain, 

George Amsden, 
Assistants. 

John Kirby, 

J. Nauohtun, 

Foremen. 

George Smith, 
Fan Tender. 

W. Thomas Barnes, 
Elevator Conductor. 

"2 — Sec. of State. 



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OFFICE OF ADJUTANT-GENERAL. 



Irvin Robbins, 
Adjutant-General.' 

Wilbur F. Havens, 
Clerk. 



OFFICE OF QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL 



Samuel M. Compton, 
Quartermaster-General. 

Charles Taylor, 
Armorer. * 



STATE SUPERVISOR OF OIL INSPECTION. 



IsTelson J. Hyde. 

Deputy Supervisors of Oil Inspection. 

Harry Hedden Evansville First District. 

W. B, Purcell Vincenne^ Second District. 

Nicholas Rupert New Albauy Third District. 

Peter Klin e Madison Fourth District. 

W. K. YouDg Richmond Fifth District. 

Walter Davis Muncie Sixth District. 

William G. Berndt Terre Haute Eighth District. 

W. A, Byers Lafayette Ninth District. 

Peter Walratb Logansport .....Tenth District. 

Henry L. Hyde Whiting Tenth District. 

J. R. Porter Peru Eleventh District. 

Lewis Hazzard Fort Wayne Twelfth District. 

Charles L. Goetz South Bend Thirteenth District. 



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OPPICIAL REGISTER OP INDIANA. 



HOSPITALS FOR THE INSANE. 



CENTRAL INDIANA HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE- 
INDIANAPOLIS. 

(Created by Act of January 19, 1816, and March 11, 1875.) 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

J. L. Carson, President, Fairland, Ind. — Term expires March 
5, 1897. 

John Osterman, Secretary, Indianapolis — Term expires 
March 5, 1897. 

Z. H. Hauser, Treasurer, Columbus, Ind. — Term expires 
March 5, 1895. 

George F. Edenharter, Medical Superintendent. 



NORTHERN INDIANA HOSPITAL FOR INSANE— 

LOGANSPORT. 

(Created by Act of March 7, 1883.) 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

David Hough, Ligonier — Term expires May 1, 1895. 
John L. Forkner, Anderson — Term expires May 1, 1897. 
Dennis Uhl, Logansport — Term expires May 1, 1897. 
Dr. Joseph G. Rogers, Medical Superintendent. 
Chas. A. Dunkelberg, Jr., Steward. 



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EASTERN INDIANA HOSPITAL FOR .INSANE- 
RICHMOND. 

(Created by Act of March 7, 1883.) 
BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Montgomery Marsh, President, Greenfield, Ind. — Term ex- 
pires May 7, 1895. 

Silas D. Hale, Treasurer, Geneva, Ind. — Term expires March 
7, 1897. 

James J. Smiley, Vice-President, Greencastle, Ind. — Term 
expires March 7, 1897. 

Dr. Samuel E. Smith, Medical Superintendent. 



SOUTHERN INDIANA HOSPITAL FOR INSANE— 

EVANSVILLE. 

(Created by Act of March 7, 1883.) 
BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

P. H. Blue, President, Sullivan — Term expires May 5, 1895. 
S. B. Boyd, Vice-President, Washington — Term expires May 
5, 1897. 

W. L. Swormstedt, Treasurer — Term expires May 5, 1897. 
Dr. A. J. Thomas, Medical Superintendent. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF INDIANA. 



PENAL AND REFORMATORY INSTITUTIONS, 



INDIANA STATE PRISON NORTH— MICHIGAN CITY. 

(Created by Act of March 5. 1859.) 
DIRECTORS. 

H. A. Barnhart, Rochester — Term expires May 1, 1897. 
M. D. Yontz, Indianapolis — Term expires May 1, 1897. 
J. B. Rowell, Plymouth — Term expires March 5, 1895. 
James W. French, Warden. 



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INDIANA STATE PRISON SOUTH— JEFFERSONVILLE. 

(Created by Act of January 9, 1821.) 
DIRECTORS. 

Floyd Parks, President, Jeffersonville — Term expires March 
5, 1895. 

Ernest W. Pickhardt, Secretary, Huntingburg — Term ex- 
pires April 22, 1897. 

W. M. Lyons, Terre Haute — Term expires April 22, 1897. 

J. B. Patten, Warden. 



INDIANA REFORM SCHOOL FOR BO YS— PL AINFIELD. 

(Created by Act of March 8, 1867.) 
BOARD OF CONTROL. 

George F. McGinnis, President, Indianapolis — Term expires 
March 1, 1895. 

Wm. C. Ball, Terre Haute— Term expires February 23, 1895. 
W. J. Hilligoss, Muncie — Term expires February 23, 1897. 
T. J. Charlton, Superintendent. 



INDIANA REFORM SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AND WO- 
MAN'S PRISON— INDIANAPOLIS. 

(Created by Act of May 13, 1869. — Special Session. — Name changed 1889.) 
BOARD OF MANAGERS. 

Laura Ream, President, Indianapolis — Term expires March 
4, 1897. 

Claire A. Walker, Indianapolis — Term expires March 3, 1895. 

Isabella W. Roache, Indianapolis — Term expires March 3, 
1895. 

Sarah F. Keeley, Superintendent. 

Anna Dunlop, Secretary. 



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OPPICIAL REGISTER OP INDIANA. 



BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 



INDIANA SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' ORPHANS' HOME 
— KNIGHTSTOWN. 

(Created by Act of March 11, 1867.) 
BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Benjamin L. Smith, President, Rushville — Term expires 
March 1, 1897. 

John H. Bogart, Treasurer, Clinton — Term expires March 
1, 1897. 

Maria J. Spicely, Secretary — Term expires February 2, 1895. 

Andrew H. Graham, Superintendent. 



INDIANA SCHOOL FOR FEEBLE-MINDED YOUTH— 

FT. WAYNE. 

(Created by Act of March 15, 1879.) 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

A. H. Shaffer, Huntington — Term expires March 10, 1895. 
E. A. K. Hackett, Ft. Wayne— Term expires March 6, 1897. 
Laura H. Bass, Indianapolis — Term expires March 6, 1897. 
Alexander Johnson, Superintendent. 



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OfPICIAL REGI6TER OP INDIANA. 



EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS. 



PURDUE UNIVERSITY— LAFAYETTE. 

(Created by Acts of March 6, 1865, and May 6, 1869.) 
BOARD OP TRUSTEES. 

Sylvester Johnson, Irvington — Term expires August 25, 1897. 

David E. Beem — Term expires August 25, 1894. 

Job H. Van Natta, Battle Ground — Term expires June 18, 
1895. 

William A. Banks, Laporte — Term expires August 25, 1895. 

Jasper N. Davidson, Whitesville — Term expires August 25, 
1895. 

Charles B. Stuart, Lafayette — Term expires August 24, 1897. 

James H. Smart, A, M., LL. D., Lafayette, President of 
Faculty. 



INDIANA STATE NORMAL SCHOOL— TERRE HAUTE. 

(Created by Act of December 20, 1865 — Special session.) 
BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

William H. Armstrong, Indianapolis — Term expires January 
6,1896. 

Lewis B. Martin, Secretary, Terre Haute — Term expires 
January 6, 1896. 

J. H. Tomlin, Shelby ville — Term expires January 20, 1898. 

Murray Briggs, President, Sullivan — Term expires January 
22, 1898. 

Hervey D. Vories, Indianapolis. 

W. W. Parsons, President of Faculty. 



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INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY— BLOOMINGTON. 

(Created by an Act of January 28, 1828.) 
BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Isaac Jenkinson, Pres Richmond Term expires, 1894. 

Samuel R. Lyons, Sec'y Bloomingtoii....Term expires, 1894. 

Elmer E. Griffith [ndianapolie ....Term expires, 1894. 

Joseph Shea Scottsburg Term expires, 1896. 

Benjamin F. Shiveley S juth Rend Term expires, 1896. 

James H. Jordan Martinsville ....Term expires, 1895. 

Charles L. Henry Anderson ['erm expires, 1895- 

Edwin Corr [ndianapolis....Term expires, 1895. 

Joseph S wai n President of Faculty. 



INDIANA INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF 
THE DEAF AND DUMB— INDIANAPOLIS. 

(Created by Act of January 15, 1844.) 
BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Charles E. Haugh, Treasurer, Indianapolis — Term expires 
March 5, 1897. 

Thomas L. Brown, President, Bedford — Term expires March 
5, 1897. 

Joseph L. Blase, Secretary, Cynthiana — Term expires May 
5, 1895. 
Richard O. Johnson, Superintendent. 



INDIANA INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF 
THE BLIND— INDIANAPOLIS. 

(Created by an Act of January 27, 1847.) 
BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

John F. Hennessey, Treasurer, Indianapolis — Term expires 
March 5, 1898. 

Isaac R. Strouse, Secretary, Rockville — Term expires March 
5, 1898. 

John B. Stoll, President, South Bend — Term expires March 
5, 1895. 

OFFICERS OF INSTITUTION. 

W. H. Glasscock, Superintendent. 
' Jandes W. King, Secretary. 



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6TATE BOARDS. 



STATE BOARD OF EDCJCATION. 

(Created by Act of G. A., 1875.) 

Hervey D. Vories, ladianapolis — Term expires March 16, 
1895. 

James H. Smart, Lafayette. 

W. W. Parsons, Terre Haute. 

William H. Wiley, Terre Haute. 

W. A. Hester, Evansville. 

David K. Goss, Indianapolis. 

Claude Matthews. 

Joseph Swain, Bloomington. 

Note. — The term of all but State Superintendent and Gov- 
ernor is unlimited, depending alone on the positions they hold. 



STATE BOARD OF ELECTION COMMISSIONERS. 

(Created by Act of March 6, 1889.) 

Claude Matthews, Governor. 
Roscoe O. Hawkins, Indianapolis. 
Thomas L. Sullivan, Indianapolis. 
Chris. H. Stein, Clerk. 



STATE BOARD OF CHARITIES. 

(Created by Act of February 28, 1889.) 

Ernest P. Bicknell, Secretary. 
Martha M. Carroll, Clerk. 
Governor of Indiana President, ex-oficio. 

Names, Residence. Term expires. 

John R. Elder Indianapolis March 1, 1895. 

Demarchus C. Brown Irvington March 24, 1889. 

Timothy Nicholson Richmond March 1, 1895. 

Thomas M. Wiles Greensburg March 1, 1895. 

Mary A. Spink Indianapolis March 24, 1896. 

Mrs. Margaret F. Peelle.. Indianapolis March 24, 1896. 



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SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' MONUMENT COMMIS- 
' SIONERS. 

(Created by Act of March 3, 1887.) 

George J. Langsdale, President. 

William H. English Indianapolis. 

George W.Johnson I'ldianapolis. 

Mahlon D. Manson < ' rawfordsville. 

D. C. McCollum Liporte. 



STATE BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS. 

Appointed by State Dental Association. 
(Created by Act of General Assembly, 1879.) 

P. G. C. Hunt, M. D , D. D. S., President, Indianapolis. 
M. H, Chappell, D. D. S., Secretary and Treasurer, Knights- 
town. 

S. T. Kirk, D. D. S., Kokomo. 
E. J. Church, D. D. S., Laporte. 
A. J. Smith, D. D. S., Greenfield. 



MEMBERS OF THE INDIANA STATE BOARD OF 
AGRICULTURE. 

(Created by Act of February 14, 1851.) 

Ist Dist. — R )bert Mitchell, Princeton, Gibson County. 
2d Dist. — James S. McCoy, Monroe City, Knox County. 
3d Dist. — W. W. Stevens, Salem, Washington County. 
4th Dist. — 1. W.Lagrange, Franklin, Johnson County. 
5th Dist. — Y. K. Officer, Volga, Jefferson County. 
6th Dist. — W. W. Hamilton, Greensburg, Decatur County. 
7th Dist. — W. B. Holton, Indianapolis, Marion County. 
8th Dist. — Charles Downing, Greenfield, Hancock County. 
9th Dist. — James M. Sankey, Terre Haute, Vigo County. 



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10th Dist. — J. N. Davidson, Whitesville, Montgomery County. 

11th Dist. — M. S. Claypool, Muncie, Delaware County. 

12th Dist. — M. A. McDonald, West Lebanon, Warren County. 

13th Dist. — W. A. Maze, Sharpsville, Tipton County. 

14th Dist. — C. B. Harris, Goshen, Elkhart County. 

15th Dist. — Aaron Jones, South Bend, St. Joseph County. 

16th Dist. — James E. McDonald, Ligonier, Noble County. 

OFFICERS. 

James M. Sankey, President. 

W. B. Holton, Vice-President. 

E. J. Robinson, Treasurer. 

Charles F. Kennedy, Secretary, Indianapolis. 

E. H. Peed, General Superintendent. 



LIVE STOCK SANITARY COMMISSION. 

(Created by Act of March 9, 1889.) 

George W. Hall Raleigh Terra expires March 8, 1895. 

Samuel Bowman South Bend. ..Term expires March 1, 1896. 

James M. Sankey ...Terre Haute ..Term expires March 9, 1897. 

SECRETARY OF BOARD. 

Mortimer Levering, Lafajette. 



STATE VETERINARIAN. 
F. A. Bolser, New Castle. 



STATE BOARD OF TAX COMMISSIONERS. 

(Created by Act of General Assembly, 1891.) 

Claude Matthews, Governor. 
William R. Myers, Secretary of State. 
John 0. Henderson, Auditor of State. 
Ivan N. Walker, Indianapolis. 
David F. Allen, Frankfort. 



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STATE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

(Created by Act of General Assembly, 1889.) 

Claude Matthews, Grovernor. - 
William R. Myers, Secretary of State. 
Albert Gall, Treasurer of State. 
John 0. Henderson, Auditor of State. 



COMMISSIONERS OF PUBLIC PRINTING, BINDING 
AND STATIONERY. 

(Created by Act of General Assembly, 1875.) 

Claude Matthews, Governor. 
William R. Myers, Secretary of State. 
John O. Henderson, Auditor of State. 
Chris. H. Stein, Clerk. 



DELEGATES TO THE FARMERS' NATIONAL CON- 
GRESS AT SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, 
DECEMBER 12, 1893. 

AT LARGE. 

James D. Goodwin, Montpelier, Ind. 
Franklin Landers, Indianapolis. 

ALTERNATE. 

Robert Mitchel, Princeton, Ind. 

r James Gentry Rockport, Ind. 

1st Cong. ^iS^-\ David L. Hart Boonville, Ind. 

( Simeon Smith Newberry, Ind. 

M Coiuj. Dist. j j^^^-^^i giiiQ^t Vincennes, Ind. 

f J. G. Ofl'utt Crothersville, Ind. 

3d Cong. IMsL-y^ ^ g^^^^^^ g^j^^^^ ^^^ 

J Dr. C. A. Robinson Fountaintown, Ind. 

4th Cong. Dist.\j^^^ j^^^^-^ Brookville, Ind. 

[Hon. D. W. Heagy Columbus, Ind. 

.^^ACW/. y)L.^^j g 3^^^.^ Cloverdale, Ind. 



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6th Cong. 


Dist. 


7th Cong. 


Dist. 


8th Cong. 


Dist 


9th Cong. 


Dist- 


10th Cong. 


Dist 


nth Cong. 


Dist. 


mh Cong. 


Dist. 


13th Cong. 


Dist. 



Dr. W. R Skinner Connersville, Ind. 

Obadiah Fields Winchester, Ind. 

Hon. Leroy Templeton... Endianapolis, Ind 

John Manche ]^ew Palestine, Ind. 

T. J. Mann Sullivan, Ind. 

C. B. Knowles Vermillion, Ind. 

George T. Young Shannondale, Ind. 

David Henry Kemp Kempton, Ind. 

William H. Weaver Cutler, Ind. 

John Heidkins Kewanna, Ind. 

George H. Martz ...Monroe, Ind. 

Clinton C. Ellis Buntington, Ind. 

Ottis L. Ballou Lagrange, Ind. 

Isaiah B. McDonald Columbia City, Ind. 

K. S. K. Bartholomew Elkhart, Ind. 

David R. Deeper South Bend, Ind. 



DELEGATES TO THE FARMERS' NATIONAL CON- 
GRESS AT PAFiKERSBURG, WEST VIR- 
GINIA, OCTOBER 3, 1894. 

7th Cong. Dist. — J. G. Kingsbury Marion County. 

11th Cong. Dist. — Samuel W. Scott Huntington County. 



METROPOLITAN POLICE COMMISSIONERS. 

SOUTH BEND. 



DATE OF COM. 


NAMES. 


TERM OF OFFICE . 


March 4. 1893 

Marcb4, 1895 . . 
December 26, 1893. 


Corwio B. Van Pelt . . 
William H.Loagley. . . 
William Mack. . . 


Term ending 1st Tuesday in -January, 1895. 
Term ending 1st Tuesday in January, 1896 
Term ending 1st Tuesday in .January, 1897 



NEW ALBANY. 



March 6, 1893 . . . 
March 6, 189H 
December 26, 1893. 



George H Devol, 
John l^yons 
John Horn. . . , 



Term ending 1st TuesdHy i i .January, 1895. 
Term ending 1st Tuesday in .lanuary, 1896. 
Term ending 1st Tuesd ly in January, 1897. 



LAFAYETTE. 



March 6, 1893 . . . 
March 6, 1893 . . . 
December 26, 1893. 



William Rr.ss ■ . 
James Buck . . 
William F.Stillwell 



Term ending 1st Tuesday in January, 1895. 
Term ending 1st Tuesday in -) anuary, 1896. 
Term ending 1st Tuesdiy ia January, 1897. 



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METROPOLITAN POLICE COMMISSIONERS— Con. 

MUNCIE. 



DATK OF COM. 



March 9. 189^ . . 
October 8, 1894 
December 26, 1893. 



TERM OF OFFICE. 



Willinm E. Hitchcock. 
*J. Volney Gilbert. . . 
Vernon Davis .... 



Term eniiing 1st Tuesday in January, 1895. 
Term ei ding 1st Tuesday in January, 1896. 
Term ending 1st Tuesd»y in January, 1897. 



LOGANSP mT. 



March 10, 1893 . . 
March 9, 1893 
December 29, 1893. 



George W. Funk. , 
•John Sheerin . , 
Henry C. 'I'ousley 



Term ending 1st Tuesday in Janusry, 1895. 
Term eniiing l.'t Tuesday in January, 1896. 
Terui ending 1st Tuesday in January, 1897. 



ANDERSON. 



March 13, 1893 . . 
March 13. 1893 . . 
December 26, 1893. 



Robert P. Grimes . .: Term ending 1st Tuesday in January, 1895. 
Daniel F. Mustard . . 1 Term endii g 1st Tuesday in . J <inuary, 1896. 
George T. Beebe. ... Term ending ht Tuesday in January, 1897. 



August 28, 1894 . . 
March )3, 1893 
September 24, 1894 



MICHIGAN CITY. 



tIo>:pph Oliver 

William H. Hutchinson. 
JWilliam Meese 



Term endinsr Ut Tuesday In January, 1895. 
T^rm ending L-t Tuesday in January, 1896, 
Term enaing 1st Tutsdny in January, 1897. 



JEFFBRSONVILLE. 



March 21, 1893 . . 
Mar>;h 13, 1893 . . 
December 30, 1893. 



Adolph Frank. 
G. W. Bloicher 
Mathias Kilgus 



Term ending 1st Tuesday in January, 1895. 
Term ending 1st Tuesday in January, 1896. 
Term ending 1st Tuesday in January, 1897. 



ELKHART. 



March 22. 1893 , 
March 22, 1893 
December 26, 1893. 



James D. Braden 
Daniel Weaver 
W. P.Wickwire. 



Term ending Ist Tuesday in January, 1895. 
Term ending 1st Tuesday in January, 1896. 
Term ending 1st Tuesday in January, 1897. 



RICHMOND. 



March 22, 1893 . . 
March 22, 1893 . . 
December 26, 1893. 



James W. Moore 
John H. Macke . 
J . Everett Jones. 



Term ending 1st Tuesday in January, 1895. 
Term ending 1st; Tuesday in January, 1896. 
Term ending 1st Tuesday in January, 1897. 



TERRE HAUTE. 



January 5,1892 
January 3, 1892 . 
December 30, 1893. 



James M. Sankey 
Jacob D. Eiirley. 
Jacob C. Kolsem 



Term ending 1st Tuesday in January, 1895. 
Trrni enilirig2d Tuesday in January, 1896. 
Term ending 1st Tuesday in January, 1897. 



''Abraham W. Chapman resigned October 8, 1894 ; J. Volney Gilbert appointed for un- 
expired term. 

t Garrett Van Dusen resigned August 28,1894; Joseph Oliver appointed for unexpired 
term. 

t Louis Weiler resigned September 21, 1894; Williim Meese appointed for unexpired 
term. 



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COMMISSION FOR THE REMOVAL OF THE LIME- 
STONE LEDGE IN THE KANKAKEE RIVER. 

Franklin Landers, President Indianapolis. 

James B. Kimball, Secretary Kendall villa. 

John Brown Crown Point. 



OHIO RIVER COMMISSION. 

Appointed by the Governor. 

Date Commission. Names. ' Term Expires. 

December 17, 1891. ..H. M. Sweetser 4 years from date. 

December 17, 189l...Newland T. Depauw 4 years from date. 

December 17, 1891. ..T. W. Venneman 4 years from date. 

December 17, 1891... D. A. Nisbit 4 years from date. 

December 17, 1891. ..John Gilbert 4 years from date. 

December 17, 1891. ..Isaac P. Leyden 4 years from date. 

December 17, 1891...J. Ham McNeeley 4 years from date. 

December 17, 1891... Warren Tebbs 4 years from date. 

December 17, 1891... Ab. Mackey 4 years from date. 

December 17, 1891. ..Sidney E. Haigh 4 years from date. 

December 17, 1891... W. H. Clark 4 years from date. 

December 17, 1891.... Jonas Howard 4 years from date. 

PILOTS. 

Ohio Falls- 
Daniel P. Varble 4 years from February 24, 1892. 

Francis M. Ryan 4 years from October 31, 1892. 



COMMISSIONER OF FISHERIES. 

Philip H. Kirsch, Columbia City — Term two years from 
January 28, 1893. 



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C0NGRE66I0NAL DISTRICTS PROH I82I-I89I. 



FIRST APPORTIONMENT. 



CONGRESSIONAL APPORTIONMENT OF 1821. 

ELECTION AUGUST 18, 1821. 



FIRST DISTRICT. 



Orange, 

Warrick, 

Vanderburgh, 

Posey, 

Pike, 

Knox, 

DaviesB, 



Martin, 

Sullivan, 

Vigo, 

Monroe, 

Wabash, 

Spencer, 

Gibson, 



Dubois, 

Parke, 

Lawrence, 

Greene, 

Owen, 

Morgan, 

Putnam. 



SECOND DISTRICT. 



Jefierson, 


Harrison, 


Bartholomew, 


Clark, 


Crawford, 


Jennings, 


Jackson, 


Floyd, 


Marion, 


Washington, 


Scott, 


Delaware. 



(That portion that lies west of a line dividing ranges 7 and 
8, east of the second principal meridian.) 



THIRD DISTRICT. 

Randolph, Fayette, Switzerland, 

Wayne, Dearborn, Ripley, 

Franklin, Union, Delaware. 

(That portion that lies east of a line dividing ranges 7 and 
8, east of the second principal meridian.) 



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CONGRESSIONAL APPORTIONMENT OF 1881. 

(Approved January 7, 1831.) 



FIRST DISTRICT. 



Orange, 


Martin, 


Clay, 


Perry, 


Sullivan, 


Putnam, 


Spencer, 


Vigo, 


Vermillion, 


Vanderburgh, 


Parke, 


Hendricks, 


Posey, 


Monroe, 


Montgomery, 


Gibson, 


Warrick, 


Tippecanoe, 


Pike, 


Lawrence, 


Clinton, 


Dubois, 


Greene, 


Fountain, 


Knox, 


Owen, 


Warren, 


Daviess, 


Morgan, 


Carroll. 



SECOND DISTRICT. 



Jefferson, 


Floyd, 


Johnson, 


Clark, 


Scott, 


Shelby, 


Jackson, 


Bartholomew, 


Madison, 


Washington, 


Jennings, 


Hancock, 


Harrison, 


Marion, 


Boone, 


Crawford, 


Hamilton, 


Cass. 


St. Joseph, 


Elkhart, 





THIRD DISTRICT. 



Henry, 


Wayne, 


Union, 


Rush, 


Franklin, 


Switzerland, 


Decatur, 


Fayette, 


Ripley, 


Randolph, 


Dearborn, 


Allen. 


Delaware, 






3— Sec. of State, 







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CONGRESSIONAL APPORTIONMENT OF 1833. 

(Approved January 8, 1833.) 
FIRST DISTICT. 



Posey, 


Spencer, Harrison, 


Vanderburgh, 


Perry, Orange, 


Warrick, 


Crawford, Gibson. 


Pike, 


Dubois, 




SECOND DISTRICT. 


Knox, 


Lawrence, Sullivan, 


Daviess, 


Owen, Vigo, 


Martin, 


Greene, Clay. 


Putnam, 






THIRD DISTRICT. 


"Washington, 


Clark, Jackson, 


Floyd, 


Scott, Jennings. 


Jefferson, 






FOURTH DISTRICT. 


Decatur, 


Ripley, Dearborn, 


Franklin, 


Switzerland, Rush. 




FIFTH DISTRICT. 


Union, 


Randolph, Allen, 


Fayette, 


Henry, Grant, 


Wayne, 


Delaware, Huntington 


Lagrange, 






SIXTH DISTRICT. 


Bartholomew, 


Hamilton Hendricks, 


Johnson, 


Marion, Monroe, 


Shelby, 


Morgan, Madison, 


Hancock, 


Boone, Cass. 


Miami, 


Wabash, 



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SEVENTH DISTRICT. 



Vermillion, 
Parke, 

Montgomery, 
Elkhart, 



Fountain, 
Warren, 
Tippecanoe, 
Laporte, 



Clinton, 
Carroll, 
St. Joseph. 



CONGRESSIONAL APPORTIONMENT OF 1842. 

(Approved February 9, 1843.) 

ELECTION HELD FIRST MONDAY IN AUGUST, 1842. 
FIRST DISTRICT. 



Posey, 


Pike, Spencer, 


Vanderburgh, 


Dubois, Perry, 


Gibson, 


Warrick, Crawford. 


Orange, 


Harrison, • 




SECOND DISTRICT. 


Clark, 


Jackson, Jefferson, 


"Washington, 


Scott, Jennings. 


Floyd, 


THIRD DISTRICT. 


Dearborn, 


Rush, Switzerland, 


Ripley, 


Decatur, Franklin. 




FOURTH DISTRICT. 


Fayette, 
Henry, 


Union, Wayne. 




FIFTH DISTRICT. 


Hamilton, 


Hancock, Johnaon, 


Marion, 


Shelby, Madison. 


Bartholomew, 


Brown, 




SIXTH DISTRICT. 


Monroe, 


DavieBs, Greene, 


Lawrence 


Knox, Morgan, 


Martin, 


Owen, Sullivan. 



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SEVENTH DISTRICT. 



Vigo, 


Putnam, 


Vermillion, 


Clay, 


Parke, 


Hendricks. 




EIGHTH DISTRICT. 


Montgomery, 


Warren, 


Tippecanoe, 


Fountain, 


Boone, 


Clinton. 


Carroll, 








NINTH DISTRICT. 


Jasper, 


Pulaski, 


St. Joseph, 


White, 


Kosciusko, 


Laporte, 


Cass, 


Marshall, 


Porter, 


Miami, 


Starke, 


Lake, 


Fulton, 


Elkhart, 


Wabash. 


Benton, 








TENTH DISTRICT. 


Randolph, 


Blackford, 


Allen, 


Delaware, 


Adams, 


Whitley, 


Grant, 


Wells, 


Noble, 


Jay, 


Huntington, 


Dekalb. 


Steuben, 


Lagrange, 





CONGRESSIONAL APPORTIONMENT OF 1852. 

(Approved February 9, 1852. 



Posey, 
Spencer, 
Gibson, 
Martin, 

Perry, 

Washington, 

Clark, 



Lawrence, 

Bartholomew, 

Switzerland, 



FIRST DISTRICT. 

Vanderburgh, Warrick, 

Dubois, Pike, 

Knox, Daviess. 

SECOND DISTRICT. 

Crawford, Orauge, 

Harrison, Floyd. 

Scott, 

THIRD DISTRICT. 

Monroe, Brown, 

Jackson, Jefferson. 

Jennings, 



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FOURTH DISTRICT. 



Ohio, 


Dearborn, Ripley, 


Franklin, 


Decatur, Rush. 




FIFTH DISTRICT. 


Union, 


Fayette, Wayne, 


Randolph, 


Delaware, Henry. 




SIXTH DISTRICT. 


Shelby, 


Johnson, Morgan, 


Hancock, 


Hendricks, Marion. 




SEVENTH DISTRICT. 


Sullivan, 


Greene, Owen, 


Clay, 


Vigo, . Vermillion 


Parke, 


Putnam, 




EIGHTH DISTRICT. 


Montgomery, 


Tippecanoe, Warren, 


Boone, 


Fountain, Carroll. 


Clinton, 






NINTH DISTRICT. 


Miami, 


Laporte, Porter, 


Cass, 


Starke, Lake, 


Fulton, 


Pulaski, Benton, 


Marshall, 


Jasper, White. 


St. Joseph, 






TENTH DISTRICT. 


Elkhart, 


N'oble, Dekalb, 


Kosciusko, 


Lagrange, Allen. 


Whitley, 


Steuben, 




ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 


Wabash, 


Jay, Hamilton, 


Huatington, 


Blackford, Tipton, 


Wells, 


Grant, Howard. 


Adams, 


Madison, 



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CONGRESSIONAL APPORTIONMENT OF 1867. 

(Approved February 20, 1867.) 



FIRST DISTRICT. 



Posey, 

Vanderburgh, 

Warrick, 



Dubois, 
Crawford, 
Harrison, 
Floyd. 

Jefferson, 

Switzerland, 

Ohio, 



Shelby, 

Rush, 

Franklin, 

Brown, 
Morgan, 



Sullivan, 

Greene, 

Owen, 



Fountain, 

Montgomery, 

Boone, 



Hamilton, 

Madison, 

Grant, 



Spencer, 

Perry, 

Pike, 



Gibson, 

Knox, 

Daviess. 



SECOND DISTRICT. 

Clark, Orange, 

Scott, Martin, 

Washington, Jackson, 

THIRD DISTRICT. 

Dearborn, Bartholomew, 

Ripley, Decatur. 

Jennings, 



FOURTH DISTRICT. 



Union, 
Fayette, 



Wayne, 
Hancock. 



FIFTH DISTRICT. 
Johnson, Hendricks, 



Marion, 



Putnam. 



SIXTH DISTRICT. 
Clay, Vermillion, 

Vigo, Monroe, 

Parke, Lawrence, 

SEVENTH DISTRICT. 

Clinton, Benton, 

Tippecanoe, Carroll. 

Warren, 

EIGHTH DISTRICT, 

Tipton, Cass, 

Howard, Wabash. 

Miami, 



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NINTH DISTRICT. 



Henry, 


Jay, 


Adams, 


Delaware, 


Blackford, 


Allen. 


Randolph, 


Wells. 






TENTH DISTRICT. 


Kosciusko, 


Noble, 


Lagrange, 


Whitley, 


Dekalb, 


Elkhart. 


Huntington, 


Steuben, 






ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 


White, 


Fulton, 


Laporte, 


Newton, 


Marshall, 


Porter, 


Jasper, 


Starke, 


Lake. 


Pulaski, 


St. Joseph. 





CONGRESSIONAL APPORTIONMENT OF 1872. 

(Approved December 23, 1872 — Special Session.) 



FIRST DISTRICT. 



Posey, 
Yanderburgh, 


Warrick, Perry, 
Spencer, Gibson. 




SECOND DISTRICT. 


Sullivan, 

Knox, 

Daviess, 


Greene, Crawford, 
Martin, Dubois, 
Orange, Pike. 




THIRD DISTRICT. 


Harrison, 

Floyd, 

Bartholomew, 


Clark, Jackson, 
Washington, Brown. 




FOURTH DISTRICT. 


Ohio, 

Switzerland, 

Decatur, 


Jefferson, Jennings, 
Scott, Ripley. 
Rush, 



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FIFTH DISTRICT. 



Dearborn, 


Fayette, Wayne, 


Franklin, 


Union, Randolph. 




SIXTH DISTRICT. 


Johnson, 


Hancock, Delaware, 


Shelby, 


Henry, Madison. 


Grant, 






SEVENTH DISTRICT. 


Marion, 


Morgan, Hendricks. 


Putnam, 






EIGHTH DISTRICT. 


Lawrence, 


Owen, ^igo, 


Monroe, 


Clay, Parke. 


Vermillion, 






NINTH DISTRICT. 


Boone, 


Montgomery, Warren, 


Clinton, 


Fountain, Tippecanoe 


Benton, 






TENTH DISTRICT. 


St. Joseph, 


Lake, Starke, 


Laporte, 


Newton, Pulaski, 


Porter, 


Jasper, White. 


Carroll, 






ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 


Hamilton, 


Howard, Fulton, 


Tipton, 


Cass, Miami. 


Wabash, 






TWELFTH DISTRICT. 


Jay, 


Wells, Allen, 


Blackford, 


Adams, Whitley. 


Huntington, 






THIRTEENTH DISTRICT. 


Marshall, 


Elkhart, Noble, 


Kosciusko, 


Lagrange, Dekalb. 


Steuben, 





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CONGRESSIONAL APPORTIONMENT OF 1879. 

(Approved March 20, 1879.) 



Posey. 

Gibson, 

Perry. 

Sullivan, 

Greene, 

Orange, 



Jackson, 

Jennings, 

Harrison, 



Union, 

Decatur, 

Ohio, 



Putnam, 

Hendricks, 

Morgan, 



Delaware, 
Randolph, 



Marion, 



FIRST DISTRICT. 

Vanderburgh, Pike, 

Warrick, Spencer. 

SECOND DISTRICT. 
Knox, Martin, 

Daviess, Lawrence. 

Dubois, 

THIRD DISTRICT. 

Washington, Floyd, 

Scott, Crawford. 

Clark, 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 

Franklin, Dearborn, 

Ripley, Jefferson. 

Switzerland, 

FIFTH DISTRICT. 

Johnson, Brown, 

Owen Bartholomew. 

Monroe, 

SIXTH DISTRICT. 

Henry, Rush, 

Wayne, Fayette. 

SEVENTH DISTRICT. 

Hancock, Shelby. 

EIGHTH DISTRICT. 



Warren, 


Vermillion, Vigo? 


Fountain, 


Parke, Clay. 


Montgomery, 






NINTH DISTRICT. 


Tippecanoe, 


Tipton, Hamilton, 


Clinton, 


Boone, Madison. 



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Lake, 
Porter, 
Newton, 
Jasper, 

Miami, 

Wabash, 

Huntington, 



Lagrange, 
Steuben, 



Laporte, 
St. Joseph, 



TENTH DISTRICT. 

Pulaski, Carroll, 

Fulton, White, 

Cass, Benton. 

ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 

Wells, Grant, 

Adamj, Blackford, 

Howard, Jay. 



TWELFTH DISTRICT. 



Koble, 
Dekalb, 



Whitley, 
Allen. 



THIRTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Elkhart, Marshall, 

Starke, Kosciusko. 



CONGRESSIOi^AL APPORTIONMENT OF 1885. 

(Approved March 6, 1885.) 
riRST DISTRICT. 



Posey, 


Gibson, Vanderbu 


Warrick, 


Pike, Spencer. 


Perry, 


SECOND DISTRICT. 


Knox, 


Greene, Daviess, 


Martin, 


Dubois, Lawrence 


Orange, 


Crawford, 




THIRD DISTRICT. 


Harrison, 


Washington, Jackson, 


Jennings, 


Scott, Clark. 


Floyd, 






FOURTH DISTRICT. 


Jefferson, 


Ripley, Decatur, 


Union, 


Franklin, Dearborn. 


Ohio, 


Switzerland, 



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FIFTH DISTRICT. 



Owen, 

Morgan, 

Johnson, 


Putnam, . Hendricks, 
Monroe, Brown. 
Bartholomew, 




SIXTH DISTRICT. 


Henry, 

Wayne, 


Delaware, Randolph, 
Fayette, Rush. 




SEVENTH DISTRICT. 


Marion, 

Shelby, 


Madison, Hancock. 




EIGHTH DISTRICT. 


Sullivan, 

Parke, 

Montgomery, 


Vigo, Clay, 
Vermillion, Fountain. 




NINTH DISTRICT. 


Boone, 
Tipton, 
Benton, 


Tippecanoe, Clinton, 
Hamilton, Howard. 
Warren, 




TENTH DISTRICT. 


Carroll, 
Fulton, 
Jasper, 


Cass, White, 
Pulaski, Newton, 
Lake, Porter. 




ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 


Grant, 

Miami, 
Wabash, 


Huntington, Jay, 
Wells, Blackford. 
Adams, 




TWELFTH DISTRICT. 


Allen, 
Whitley, 


Noble, Lagrange, 
Dekalb, Steuben. 




THIRTEENTH DISTRICT. 


Starke, 
Laporte, 


St. Joseph, Elkhart," 
Marshall, Kosciusko. 



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CONGRESSIONAL APPORTIONMENT OF 1891. 

(Passed over veto March 6, 1891.) 



FIRST DISTRICT. 



Posey, 


Warrick, Spencer, 


Gibson, 


Pike, Perry. 


Vanderburgh, 






SECOND DISTRICT. 


Knox, 


Martin, Orange, 


Greene, 


Dubois, Crawford. 


Daviess, 


Lawrence, 




THIRD DISTRICT. 


Harrison, 


Jennings, Clark, 


Washington, 


Scott, Floyd. 


Jackson, 


Jettersou, 




FOURTH DISTRICT. 


Shelby, 


Rush, Ohio, 


Ripley, 


Franklin, Switzerland. 


Decatur, 


Dearborn, 




FIFTH DISTRICT. 


Owen, 


Morgan, Johnson, 


Putnam, 


Monroe, Bartholomew 


Hendricks, 


Brown, 




SIXTH DISTRICT. 


Henry, 


Randolph, Fayette, 


Delaware, 


Wayne, Union. 



Marion, 



SEV^ENTH DISTRICT. 
Madison, Hancock. 

EIGHTH DISTRICT. 



Sallivan, 


Parke, 


Fountain, 


Vigo, 


Vermillion, 


Montgomery, 


Clay, 







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NINTH DISTBICT. 



Boone, 


Tipton, Benton, 


Tippecanoe, 


Hamilton, Warren. 


Clinton, 


Howard, 


1 


TENTH DISTRICT. 


Carroll, 


Fulton, Jasper, 


Cass, 


Pnlaski, Lake, 


White, 


Newton, Porter. 




ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 


Grant, 


Huntington, Jay, 


Mianii, 


Wells, Blackford. 


Wabash, 


Adams, 




TWELFTH DISTRICT. 


Allen, 


Noble, Lagrange, 


Whitley, 


Dekalb, Steuben. 




THIRTEENTH DISTRICT. 


Starke, 


St. Joseph, Elkhart, 


Laporte, 


Marshall, Kosciusko, 



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hidiana Representatives in Congress from. 1816 to 1895. 



Name. 



William Hendricks 

William Hendricks 

William Hendricks 

William Prince (died) .... 
Jacob Call (to fill vacancy) . . 

Jonathan Jennings 

John Test 

Ratliff Boone 

Jonathan Jennings 

John Test • 

Thomas Blake 

Jonathan Jennings 

Oliver H. Smith 

RatlifF Boone 

Jonathan Jennings 

John Test 

Ratliff Boone 

John Carr 

Jonathan McCarty 

Ratlitf Boone • 

John Ewing 

John Carr 

Amos Lane 

Jonathan McCarty 

George S. Kinnard 

Edward A. Hannegan ..... 

Ratliff Boone 

.John W. Davis 

John Carr 

Amos Lane 

Jonathan McCarty 

George S. Kinnard (died) . . . 
William Herod (to fill vacancy) 

Edward A. Hannegan 

Ratliff Boone ..... 

John Ewing 

William Graham 

George H. Dunn 

Jame.'S H. Rariden 

William Herod 

Albert S. White 

George H. Proffit 

John W. Davis 

John Carr 

Thomas A. Smith 

.Jame^ Rariden 

William W. Wick 

Tilghman A. Howard ..... 

George H. Proffit 

Richard W. Thompson .... 

.Joseph L. White 

James H. Cravens 

Andrew Kennedy 

David Wallace 

Henry S. Lane 

Robert Dale Owen 



District. Session. 



15 
16 
17 
18 



19 



20 



21 



22 



23 



Years. 



1817-1818 
1819-1820 
1821-1822 
1824-1824 



1825-1826 
1827-1828 
1829-1830 
1831-1832 
1833-1834 



24 



25 



26 



27 



18.35-1836 



1837-1838 



1839-1840 



28 



1841-1842 



1843-1844 



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\ Indiana Representatives in Congress— Continued. 



Name. 



Thomas J. Henley . . . • 

Thomas Smith 

Caleb B. Smith 

"William J. Brown . . . . 

John W. Davip 

Joseph A. Wright . . . . 

John Petit 

Samuel C. Sample . . . . 

Andrew Kennedy 

Robert Dale Owen . . . . 
Thomas J. Henley . . . • 

Thomas Smith 

Caleb B.Smith 

William W. Wick . . . . 
John W. Davis. . . . « . 
Edward W. McGaughey. . 

John Petit 

Charles W. Cathcart . . . 
Andrew Kennedy. ... 

Elisha Embree 

Thomas J. Heoley ... 
John L. Robinson . . . 

Caleb B. Smith. .... 

William W. Wick . . • 

George G. Dunn .... 

Richard W. Thompson . 

John Petit 

Charles W. Cathcart . . 

William Rockhill . . . 

Nathaniel Albertson . . 

Cyrus L. Dunham . . . 

John L. Robinson . . 

George W. Julian . . . 

William J. Brown . . . 

Willis A Gorman. . . . 

Edward W. McGaughey 

Joseph E. McDonald . . 

Graham N. Fitch .... 

Andrew J. Harlan . . . 

James Lockhart .... 

Cyrus L. Dunham . . . 

John L. Robinson . . . 

Samuel W. Parker . . . 

Thomas A. Hendricks. . 

Willis A. Gorman . . . 

John G. Davis 

Daniel Mace 

Graham N. Fitch. . . . 
Samuel Brenton .... 

Smith Miller 

William H. English . . 
Cyrus L. Dunham . . . 

James H. Lane 

Samuel W. Parker - • • 
Thomas A. Hendricks. . 
John G. Davis 



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Session. 



28 



Years. 



1843-1844 



29 



1845-1846 



30 



31 



1847-1848 



1849-1850 



32 



1851-1852 



33 



1853-1854 



48 



ladiona Represerilatices m Congress — Continued. 



Name. 



District. 



Se^fion. 



Year 



Dauitrl Mace . 

Normau Eddy 

Ebenezer M. Chamberlain 

Andrew J. Harlan ... 

Smith Miller 

William H English 

George G. Dunn 

Will Cumback 

David P. Holloway 

Lucian Barbour 

Harvey D. Scott ........ 

Daniel Mace 

Schuyler Colfax 

Samuel Brenton 

John U. Petit 

Jame.s Lockhart (died) 

William E. Niblack (to fill vacancy) 

William H. English 

James Hughes 

James B. Foley 

David Kilgore 

James M. Gregg 

.John G. Davis 

James Wilson 

Schuyler Colfax 

Samuel Brenton 

John U. Petit 

William E. Niblack 

William H. English 

W^illiam M. Dunn 

William S. Holman 

])avid Kilgore 

Albert G. Porter 

John G. Davis 

.James Wilson 

Sohuler Colfax 

Charles Case 

John U. Petit 

John Laws 

.James A. Cravens 

William M. Duun 

William S. Holman 

George W. .Julian 

Albert G. Porter 

Daniel W. Voorhees . 

Alberts. White 

Schuyler Colfax 

Williara Mitchell ... ... 

.John P. C. Shank.^ 

John Laws ... 

.James A Cravens 

Henry W. Harrington - . 

William S. Holman 

George W. Julian 

Kbenezer Diimont 

Daniel W. Voorhees 



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34 



1853-1854 



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1857-1858 



36 



1859-1860 



37 



38 



1861-1862 



1863-1864 



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Indiana Representatioes in Congress — Continued. 



Name. 



Godlove S. Orth . . 

Schuyler Colfax . 

Joseph K EH^erton 

James F. McDowell 

William E. Niblack 

Michael C. Kerr . 

Kalph Hill . . . 

John H. Farquhar 

George W. Julian 

Ebenezer Diimont 

Daniel W. Voorhees (seat contested) 

Henry D. Washburn (oil contest) 

Oodlove S. Orth . . 

Schuyler Colfax . . 

Joseph H. Defrees . 

Thomas N. Stillwell 

William E. Niblack 

Michael C. Kerr . . 

Morton C. Hunter . 

William S. Holman 

George W. Julian , 

John Coburn . . 

Henry D. Washburn 

Godlove S. Ortb 

Schuyler Colfax . . 

WiiJiam Williams . 

John P. C. Shanks . 

William E. Niblack 

Michael C. Kerr . . 

Willian S Holman 

Ge >rge W. Julian . 

John Coburn 

Daniel W. Voorhees 

Godlove S. Orth 

Daniel D. Pratt (elected to the Senate 

James N. Tyner '^viee Pratt) 

John P. C. Shanks 

William Williams . 

Jasper Packard . . 

William E. Niblack 

Michael C. Kerr . . 

William S. Holman 

Jeremiah M. Wilson 

John Coburn. . . . 

Daniel W. Voorhees 

Mahlnn D Hanson 

James N Tyner . 

John P. C. Shanks 

William Williams 

Jasper Packarii . 

Godlove S. Orth . 

William Williams 

William E. Niblack 

Simeon K. Wolf . . 

William S Holman 

Jeremiah M. Wilson 

4 — Sec. of State. 




Session. 



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9 

10 

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6 
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42 



43 



Years. 



18b3-1864 



1865-1866 



1867-1868 



1869-1870 



1871-1872 



1873-1874 



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Indiana Representatives in Congress — Continued. 



Name. 



District. 



Session. 



Years. 



John Coburn 

Morton C. Hunter - . • 
Thomas J. Cason . . . . 
James N. Tyner . . . . 
John P. C. Shanks . . . 
Henry B. Saylor . . . . 
Jasper Packard . . . • 
Benoni S. Fuller . . . . 
James D. Williams . . . 
Andrew Humphreys . . 
Michael C. Kerr . . . . 
Nathan T. Carr . . . . 
Jeptha D. New . . . - 
William S. Holman . . 
Milton S. Robinson . . . 
Franklin Landers . . . 
Morton C. Hunter . . . 
Thomas C. Cason . . . 
William S. Haymond. . 
James L. Evans . . . . 
Andrew H. Hamilton. . 

John H. Baker 

Benoni S. Fuller . . . . 
Thomas R. Cobb . . . . 
Andrew Humphreys - . 
Nathan T. Carr . . . . 
George A. Bicknell . . . 
Leon Idas Sexton . . , . 
Thomas M. Brown . . . 
Milton S. Robinson . . 

John Hanna 

Morton C. Hunter . . . 
Michael D. White • . . 
William H. Calkins . . 
James L. Evans . . . . 
Andrew H. Hamilton . 
John H. Baker . . . . 
William Heilman . . . 
Thomas R. Cobb . . . , 
George A. Bicknell . . 
Jeptha D. New . . . 
Thomas M. Brown . . 
William R. Myers . . 
Gilbert Delamatyr . . 
Andrew J. Hostetler . 
Godlove S. Orth . . 
William H. Calkins . 
Calvin Cowgill .... 
Walpole G. Colerick 
John H. Baker. . . . 
William Heilman . . 
Thomas R. Cobb . . . 
Strother M. Stockslager 
William S. Holman • 
Cortland C. Matson. . 
Thomas M. Browne . 



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Part ses. 
Part ses. 
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45 

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Part ses. 

45 



1873-1874 



1875-1876 



1877-1871 



46 



47 



1879-1880 



1881-1882 



51 



Indiana Rejyreseyitatives in Congress — Continued. 



Name. 



District. 



Session. 



Years. 



Stantoil J. Peelle . . 

Eobert B. F, Pierce . 

Charles T. Doxey . . 

Qodlove S. Ort'h . . . 

Charles T. Doxey . . 

Mark L. Demotte . . 

George W. Steele . . 

Walpole G. Colerick . 

William H. Calkins . 

John J. Kleiner . . . 

Thomas E. Cobb . . 
Strother M. Stockslager 

William S. Holman . 

Cortland C. Matson . 

Thomas M. Browne . 

"•■■'Stanton J. Peelle . . 

William E. English . 
John E. Lamb .... 

Thomas B. Ward . . 

Thomas .J. "Wood . . 

George W. Steele . . 

Eobert Lowery . . . 

William H. Calkins . 

John J. Kleiner . . . 

Thomas E. Cobb . . . 

Jonas G. Howard . . 

William S. Holman . 

Courtland C. Matson . , 

Thomas M. Browne . , 

William D. Bynum . 
.James T. Johnson 

Thomas B. Ward . . . 

William D. Owen . . 

George W. Steele . . 

Eobert Lowery . . . , 

George Ford . . 

tBenjamin F. Shively 

Alvin P. Hovey . . . 

John H. O'Neil . . . 
Jonas G. Howard 

William S. Holman . 

Courlland C. Matson . . 

Thoma'i M. Browne . 

Wiliiam D. Bynum . 

James T. Johnson . . 

Joseph B. Cheadle . . . 

William D. Owen . . , 

George W Steele . . 
James B. White ... 

Benjamin F. Shively . 

Wm. F. Parrett . . . , 

John H. O'Neil . . . 

Ja?on B. Brown . . . 



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Part ses. 
Part ses. 

48 



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Pan ses. 



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50 



51 



1881-1882 



1883-1884 



1885-1886 



1887-1888 



1889-1890 



* Contested by Wm. E. English. 

t For the short term; vacancy caused by the resignation of William H. Calkins. 



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Lidinna Representatives in Congress — Continued. 



Name. 



District. Session. 



Years. 



William S. Holman 4 

George W. Cooper 5 

Thomas M. Browne 6 

William D. Bynum 7 

Elijah V. Brookshire , 8 

Joseph B. Cheadle 9 

William D. Owen ' 10 

Augustus N. Martin ; 11 

Chas. A. O. McClellan ! 12 

Benjamin F. Shiveley 13 

William F. Parrett 1 

John L. Bretz 2 

Jafon B. Brown 3 

William S. Holman 4 

George W. Cooper j 5 

Henry U. Johnson f> 

William D. Bynum 7 

Elijah V. Brookshire 8 

Daniel AVaugh ...... , 9 

David H. Patton | 10 

Augustus N. Martin j 11 

Chas. A. O. McClellan 12 

Benjamin F. Shiveley 13 

Arthur PI. Taylor | 1 

John L. Bretz ' 2 

Jason B. Brown i 3 

William S. Holman \ 4 

George W. Cooper j 5 

Henry U. Johnson 6 

William D. Bynum 7 

Elijah V. Brookshire 8 

Daniel Waugh 9 

Thomas Hammond 10 

Augustus N. Martin 11 

William F. McNagny 12 

Charles G. Conn 13 



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52 



53 



1889-1890 



1891-1892 



1893-1894 



INDIANA OFFICIAL REGISTER. 



TERRITOKIAL GOVERNORS. 



Arthur St. Clair, Governor JSTorthwest Territory, from 

1787 to 1800. 
John Gibson, from 1800 to January 10, 1801. 
William H. Harrison, from 1801 to 1812.* 
Thomas Posey, from 1812 to 1816. 



GOVERNORS OF THE STATE. 



Jonathan Jennings, from 1816 to 1819. 

Jonathan Jennings (second term) from 1819 to 1822.+ 

Ratliff'e Boone, from September 12 to December 5, 1822. 

William Hendricks, from 1822 to 1825. 

James B. Ray (acting), February 12 to December 11, 1825. J 

James B. Ray, from 1825 to 1828. 

James B. Ray (second term), from 1828 to 1881. 

Noah Noble,"from 1831 to 1834. 

Noah Noble (second term), from 1834 to 1837. 

There have been several omissions in the Official Register of the Governors of 
Indiana, extending from the territorial period down to the present time, which, for 
purposes of historical accuracy, we have deemed proper to supply. 

* Governor Harrison was appointed early in the year 1800, but was not sworn 
into office until January 10, 1801. John Gibson, the Secretary of the Territory, 
acted as Governor until his arrival. 

t Jonathan Jennings, having been elected to Congress before the end of his 
second term, resigned the office of Governor September 12, 1822, and was succeeded 
by Ratliffe Boone, who served until December 5th of the same year. 

t Governor Hendricks, having been elected a Senator of the United States, re- 
signed his office on the 12th day of February, 1825, and was succeeded by James B. 
Ray, the Lieutenant-Governor, who served as Governor during the remainder of 
the term. 



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David AVallace, from 1837 to 1840. 

Samuel Bigger, from 1840 to 1843. 

James Whitcomb, from 1843 to 1846. 

James Whitcomb, from 1846 to 184 8. 

Paris C. Dunning (acting), from 1848 to 1819.1 

Joseph A. Wright, from 1849 to 1852. 

Joseph A. Wright, from 1852 to 1857. 

Ashbel P. Willard, from 1857 to 1860. 

Abram A. Hammond, from 1860 to 1861. xx 

Henry S. Lane, from January 14 to January 16, 1861. || 

Oliver P. Morton (acting), from 1861 to 1865. 

Oliver P. Morton, from 1865 to 1867. 

Conrad Baker (acting), from 1867 to 1869.* 

Conrad Baker, from 1869 to 1873. 

Thomas A. Hendricks, from 1873 to 1877. 

James D. Williams, from 1877 to 1880. 

Isaac P. dray (acting), from 1880 to 1881. § 

Albert G. Porter, from 1881 to 1885. 

Isaac P. Gray, from 1885 to 1889. 

Alvin P. Hovey, from 1889 to 1891. xxx 

Ira J. Chase, from ISTovember 24, 18'H1, to January 9, 1893. 

Claude Matthews, 1893 . 



LIEUTEISTANT-GOVERNORS. 



Christopher Harrison, from i816 to 1819. 
Ratliffe Boone, from 1819 to 1825. 

-t Governor Whitcomb was elected a Senator of the United States December 
27, 1848, and Paris C. Dunning, Lieutenant-Governor, served as Governor during 
the remainder of the term. 

XX Governor Wiilard died on the third day of October, 1860, and Abram A. 
Hammond, the Lieutenant-Governor, served as Governor during the remainder of 
the term. 

1! Governor Lane was elected a Senator of the United States January 16, 1861, 
and Oliver P. Morton, the Lieutenant-Governor, served as Governor the remainder 
of the term. 

•■■ Governor Oliver P. Morton was elected a Senator of the United States on the 
23d of January, 1867. On the day following he resigned his office, and Conrad 
Baker, the Lieutenant-Governor, served as Governor during the remainder of the 
term. 

!^ Governor Williams died November 20, 1880, and Lsaac P. Gray, Lieutenant- 
Governor, served as Governor the remainder of the term. 

XXX Governor Hovey died November 23, 1891, and Lieutenant-Governor Ira 
J. Chase served as Governor the remainder of the term. 



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John H. Thompson, from 1825 to 1828. 
Milton Stapp, from 1828 to 1831. 
David Wallace, from 1831 to 1837. 
David Hillis, from 1837 to 1840. 
Samuel Hall, from 1840 to 1843. 
Jesse D. Bright, from 1843 to 1845.1 
Godlove S. Orth (acting), 1845. 
James G. Reed (acting), 1846. 
Paris C. Dunning, from 1846 to 1848. 
James G. Reed (acting), 1849. 
James H. Lane, from 1849 to 1852. 
Ashbel P. Willard, from 1852 to 1857. 
Abram A. Hammond, from 1857 to 1860. 
John R. Cravens (acting), from 1859 to 1863. 
Paris C. Dunning (acting), 1853 to 1865. 
Conrad Baker, from 1865 to 1867. 
Will Cumback (acting), from 1867 to 1869. 
Will Cumback, from 1869 to 1873. 
Leonidas Sexton, from 1873 to 1877. 
Isaac P. Gray, from 1877 to 1880. 
Frederick W. Viehe (acting), 1881 
Thomas Hanna, from 1881 to 1885, 
Mahlon D. Mauson, from 1885 to 1887.t 
Ira J. Chase, from 1889 to Nov. 24, 1891. § 
Francis M. Griffith, President 'pro tern, of Senate, (acting) 
Lieutenant-Governor from 1891, to 1893. 
Mortimer Nye, from 1893 



SECRETARIES OF STATE. 



John Gibson, Territorial, from 1800 to 1816. 
Robert A. New, from 1816 to 1825. 
William W. Week, from 1825 to 1829. 
James Morrison, from 1829 to 1833. 
William Sheets, from 1833 to 1837. 

t Jesse D. Bright was elected to the Senate of the United States, March 6, 1845. 
t Vacated office by qualifying as Revenue Collector. 

§ Lieutenant-Governor Chase assumed the duties of Governor November 24, 
1891. 



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William J. Brown, from 1837 to 18-tl. 

William Sheets, from 1841 to 1845. 

John H. Thompson, from 1815 to 1849. 

Charles H. Test, from 1849 to 1853. 

Nehemiah Hayden, irom 1853 to 1855. 

Erasmus B. Collins, from 1856 to 1857. 

Daniel McClure, from 1857 to 1859. 

Cyrus L. Danham, from 1859 to 18til. 

William A. Peelle, from 1861 to 1863. 

James S. Athon, from 1863 to 1865. 

Xelson Trusler, from 1865 to 1869. 

Max F. A. Hoffman, from 1869 to 1871. 

Norman Eddy, from 1871 to 1-872. 

John H. Farquhar, from 1872 to 1873 

William W. Curry, from 1873 to 1875. 

John E. Neff, from 1875 to 1879. 

John G. Shanklin, from 1879 to 1881. 

Emanuel R. Hawn, from 1881 to 1883. 

William R. Myers, from 1883 to 1885. 

William R. Myers, Irora 1885 to 1887. 

Charles F. Griffin, from 1887 to 1889. 

Charles F. Griffin, from 1889 to 1891. 

Claude Matthews, from 1891 to January 9, 1893. 

Myron D. King, from Jan. 9, 1893, to Jan. 17, 1893 X 

William R. Myers, from 1893 



AUDITORS OF PUBLIC ACCOU^"TS. 



INDIANA TERRIIORY. 

Peter Jones, commissioned September 5, 1805; resigned in 
1810. 

William Prince, commissioned April 13, 1810; resigned in 
1813. 

General W. Johnston, commissioned January 20, 1813; re- 
signed in 1813. 

William Prince, commissioned February 8, 1813; resigned 
in 1813. 



jCJin.jd.3 ^Uaiiiicvvo was luauguraieU Ooveiuor January U, ioyo, auU Mjiou D. 
King was appointed vSecretary of State for the unexpired term. 



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Davis Floyd, commissioned June 15, 1813; served till ad- 
mission of the State into the Union. 



AUDITORS OF STATE. 



William H. Lilley, from 1816 to 1828. 
Benjamin I. Bljtlie, from 1828 to 1829. 
Morris Morris, from 1829 to 1844. 
Horatio J. Harris, from 1844 to 1847. 
Douglas Maguire, from 1847 to 18^0. 
Erastus W. H. Ellis, from 1850 to 1853. 
John P. Dunn, from 1853 to 1855. 
Hiram E. Talbott, from 1855 to 1857. 
John W. Dodd, from 1857 to 18dl. 
Albert Lange, from 1861 to 1863. 
Joseph Ristine, from 1863 to 1865. 
Thomas P. McCarthy, from 1865 to 1869. 
John D. Evans, from 1869 to 1871. 
John C. Shoemaker, from 1871 to 1873. 
James A. Wildman, from 1873 to 1875. 
Ebenezer Henderson, from 1875 to 1879. 
Mahlon D. Manson, from 1879 to 1881. 
Edward H. Wolfe, from 1881 to 1883. 
James H. Rice, from 1883 to 1885. 
James H. Rice, from 1885 to 1887. 
Bruce Carr, from 1887 to 1889. 
Bruce Carr, from 1889 to 1891. 
John O. Henderson, from 1891 to 1893. 
John O. Henderson, from 1893 . 



TREASURERS OF INDIANA TERRITORY 



William Mcintosh, commissioned February 9, 1801 ; removed 
for cause. 

James Johnson, commissioned September 4, 1805 ; resis^ned 
in 1813. 

General W. Johnston, commissioned May 29, 1813; served 
till State was admitted into the Union. 



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TREASURERS OF STATE. 



Daniel C. Lane, from 1816 to 1823. 
Samuel Merrill, from 1823 to 1835. 
Nathan B. Palmer, from 1835 to 1841. 
George H. Dunn, from 1841 to 1844. 
Royal Mayhew, from 1844 to 1847. 
Samuel Hannah, from 1847 to 1850. 
James P. Drake, from 1850 to 1853. 
Elijah Newland, from 1853 to 1855. 
William R. Noffsinger, from 1855 to 1857. 
Aquilla Jones, from 1857 to 1859. 
Nathaniel F. Cunningham, from 1859 to 1861. 
Jonathan S. Harvey, from 1861 to 1863. 
Matthew L. Brett, from 1863 to 1865. 
John I. Morrison, from 1865 to 1867. 
Nathan Kimball, from 1867 to 1871. 
James B. Ryan, from 1871 to 1873. 
John B. Glover, from 1873 to 1875. 
Benjamin C. Shaw, from 1875 to 1879. 
William Fleming, from 1879 to 1881. 
Roswell S. Hill, from 1881 to 18s3. 
John J. Cooper, from 1883 to 1885. 
John J. Cooper, from 1885 to 1887. 
Julius A. Lemcke, from 1887 to I8b9. 
Julius A. Lemcke, from 1889 to 1891. 
Albert Gall, from 1891 to 1893. 
Albert Gall, from 1893 . 



TERRITORIAL JUDGES. 



William Clarke, Henry Vanderburgh, John Griffin, appointed 
July 4, 1800. 



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JUDGES OF THE SUPREME COURT. 



James Scott, from 1816 to 1831. 
John JohnsoD, from 1816 to 1817. 
Jesse L. Holman, from 1816 to 1831. 
Isaac Blackford, from 1817 to 1853. 
Stephen C. Stephens, from 1831 to 1831 
John T. McKinney, from 1831 to 1337. 
Charles Dewey, from 1836 to 1847. 
Jeremiah Sullivan, from 1837 to 1846. 
Samuel E. Perkins, from 1846 to 1865. 
Thomas L. Smith, from 1847 to 1853. 
Andrew Davison, from 1853 to 1865. 
William Z. Stuart, from 1853 to 1857. 
Addison L. Roache, from 1853 to 1854. 

Alvin P. Hovey (appointed), from to 1854. 

Samuel B. Gookins, from 1854 to 1857. 

James L. Worden (appointed), from 1858 to 1865. 

James M. Hanna (appointed), from 1858 to 1865. 

Charles A. Ray, from 1865 to 1871. 

Jehu T. Elliott, from 1865 to 1871. 

James S. Frazer, from 1865 to 1871. 

Robert S. Gregory, from 1865 to 1871. 

James L. Worden, from 1871 to 1882.* 

Alexander C. Downey, from 1871 to 1877. 

Samuel A. Buskirk, from 1871 to 1877. 

John Petit, from 1871 to 1877. 

Andrew L. Osborne, from 1872 to 1874. 

Horace P. Biddle, from 1874 to ^880. 

William E. Niblack, from 1877 to 1883. 

George V. Howk, from 1877 to 1883. 

Samuel E. Perkins, from 1877 to 1879. 

John T. Scott, from 1879 to 1880. 

William S. Wood, from 1881 to 1883.t 

Byron K. Elliott, from 1881 to 1887 

William H. Coombs, from December 2, 1882, to 1883. 

Edwin P. Hammond, from 1883 to 1885. 

Allen Zollars, from 1883 to 1889. 

*Re8igned December 2, 1882. 
tResigned May 8, 1883. 



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William E. Niblack, from 1883 to 1889. 

George V. Howk, from 1883 to 1889. 

Joseph A. S. Mitchell, from 1885 to December, 1890. t 

Byron K. Elliott, from 1887 to 1893. 

Walter Olds, from 1889 to June 15, 1898. 

John 1). Berkshire, from 1889 to February, 1891. § 

Silas D. Coffey, from 1889 to June 15, 1893. 

Robert W. McBride, from December 17, 1890, to 1892. 

John D. Miller, from February 25, 1891, to 1892. 

Leonard J. Hackney, from November, 1892 

Timothy E. Howard, from November, 1892 . 

James McCabe, from 1893 . 

Joseph S. Dailey, from July 24, 1898 '■' 



ATTORNEY-GENERALS. 



INDIANA TERRITORY. 

John Rice Jones, commissioned January 29, 1801; resigned 
in 1804. 

Benjamin Parke, commissioned August 4, 1804; appointed 
Territorial Judge. 

Thomas Randolph, commissioned June 2, 1808; killed at 
Tippecanoe. 

ATTORNEY GENERALS. 



James Morrison, from March 5, 1855. 
Joseph E. McDonald, from December 17, 1857. 
James G. Jones, from December 17, 1859. 
John P. Usher, from November 10, 18(5 L 
Oscar B. Hord, from November 3, 1862. 
Delana E. Williamson, from November 3, 1864. 
Bayless W. Hauna, from November 3, 1870. 
James C. Denny, from November 6, 1872. 



I Judge J. A. S. Mitchell was re-elecieU JNovemuer, i»yi», for six years, from 
January, 1891. He died December, 1890. 

? Judge John D. Berkshire died February, 1891. 

*Judge Walter Olds resigned June 15, 1893, and Joseph S. Dailey was ap- 
pointed July 24, 1893, to serve for the unexpired term. 



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Clarence A. Buskirk, from November 6, 1874. 
Thomas W. Woollen, from November 6, 1878. 
Daniel P. Baldwin, from November 6, 1880. 
Francis T. Hord, from 1882 to 1884. 
Francis T. Hord, from 1884 to 1886. 
Louis T. Michener, from 1886 to 1888. 
Louis T. Michener, from 1888 to 1890. 
Alonzo G. Smith, from 1890 to 1892. 
Alonzo G. Smith, from 1892 . 



SUPERINTENDENTS OF PCTBLIC INSTRUCTION. 



William C. Larrabee, from 1852 to 1855. 
Caleb Mills, from 1855 to 1857. 
William C. Larrabee, from 1857 to 1859. 
Samuel L. Rugg, from 1859 to 1861. 
Miles J, Fletcher, from 1861 to 1862. 
Samuel K. Hoshour, from 1862. 
Samuel L. Rugg, from 1862 to 1865. 
George W. Hoss, from 1865 to 1869. 
Barnabas C. Hobbs, from 1869 to 1871. 
Milton B. Hopkins, from 1871 to 1874. 
Alexander C. Hopkins, from 1874 to 1875. 
James H. Smart, from 1875 to 1881. 
John M. Bloss, from 1881 to 1883. 
John W. Holcombe, from 1883 to 1885. 
John W. Holcombe, from 1885 to 1887. 
Harvey M. LaFollette, from 1887 to 1889. 
Harvey M. LaFollette, from 1889 to 1891. 
Hervey D. Vories, from 1891 to 1893. 
Hervey D. Yories, from 1893 . 



62 
UNITED STATES SENATORS. 



James Noble, from 1816 to 1831. 

Walter Taylor, from 1816 to 1825. 

William Hendricks, from 1825 to 1837. 

Robert Hanna (appointed), 1831. 

Jobn Tipton, from 1831 to 1839. 

Oliver H. Smith, from 1837 to 1843. 

Albert S. White, from 1839 to 1845. 

Edward A. Hannegan, from 1843 to 1849. 

Jesse D. Bright, from 1845 to 1861. 

James Whitcomb, from 1849 to 1852. 

Charles W. Cathcart (appointed), from 1852 to 1853. 

John Petit, from 1858 to 1857. 

Graham N. Fitch, from 1857 to 1861. 

Joseph A. Wright (appointed), from 1861 to 1863. 

Henry S. Lane, from 1861 to 1867. 

David Turpie, 1863. 

Thomas A. Hendricks, from 1863 to 1869. 

Oliver P. Morton, from 1867 to 1877. 

Daniel D. Pratt, from 1869 to 1875. 

Joseph E. McDonald, from 1875 to 1881. 

Daniel W. Voorhees (appointed), from 1877 to 1879. 

Daniel W. Voorhees, from 1879 to 1885. 

Daniel W. Voorhees, from 1885 to 1891. 

Benjamin Harrison, from 1881 to 1887. 

David Turpie, from 1887 to 1893. 

Daniel W. Voorhees, from 1891 to . 

David Turpie, from 1893 to . 



CLERKS SUPREME COURT. 



TERRITORIAL — STATE. 

Daniel Lymmes, from 1794 to 1804. 
Henry Hurst, from 1804 to 1820. 
E. Macdonald, from 1817 to 1820. 
Henry P. Coburu, from 1820 to 1852. 
William B. Beach, from 1852 to 1860. 



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John P. Jones, from 1860 to 1864. 
Laz. Noble, from 1864 to 1868. 
Theodore W. McCoy, from 1868 to 1872. 
Charles Scholl, from 1872 to 1876. 
Gabriel Schmuek, from 1876 to 1880. 
Daniel Royse, from 1880 to 1881. 
Jonathan W. Gordon, from 1881 to 1882. 
Simon P. Sheerin, from 1882 to 1886. 
William T. Noble, from 1886 to 1890. 
Andrew M. Sweeney, from 1890 to . 



EEPORTERS SUPREME COURT. 



Isaac Blackford (one of the judges), from 1817 to 1850. 

Horace E. Carter, from 1852 to 1853. 

Albert G. Porter, from 1853 to 1856. 

Gordon Tanner, from 1857 to 1861. 

Benjamin Harrison, from 1861 to 1863. 

Michael C. Kerr, from 1863 to 1864. 

Benjamin Harrison, from 1864 to 1869. 

James B. Black, from 1869 to 1877. 

Augustus N. Martin, from 1877 to 1881. 

Francis M. Dice, from 1881 to 1885. 

John W. Kero, from 1885 to 1889. 

John L. Griffiths, from 1889 to 1893. 

Sidney R. Moon, from 1893 . 



ADJUTANT-GENERALS. 



INDIANA TERRITORY. 

John Small, February 4, 1801. 
Daniel Sullivan, August 4, 1812. 
Charles Smith, October 21, 1812. 
Daniel Sullivan, January 14, 1813. 
General W. Johnston, September 10, 1813. 
Waller Taylor, February 24, 1814. 
Allen D. Thom, September 7, 1814. 



64 
ADJUTANT-GENERALS. 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



Stephen Ranney, February 14, 1817. 
Henry P. Coburn, December 24, 1819. 
Stephen Ranney, December 5, 1822. 
Thomas Posey, September 3, 1823. 
J. Laudis. 
Douglas Magiiire. 

David Reynolds, during Mexican War. 
David Reynolds, January 16, 1850. 
Wm. A. Morrison, June 12, 1857. 
Lewis Wallace, April 15, 1861. 
John M. Wallace, April 26, 1861. 
Lazarus Noble, May 27, 1861. 
W. H. 11. Terrell, November 12, 1864. 
James C. Veatch, May 20, 1869. 
John G. Greenawault, 1870. 
Wm. W. Conner, January, 1873. 
George W. Rusb, January, 1877. 
James R. Carnahan, 1881 to 1885. 
George W. Koontz, 1885 to 1889. 
Nicholas R. Ruckle, 1889 to 1893. 
Irvin Robbins, 189o . 



QUARTERMASTER-GENERALS. 



Samuel Beck, January 16, 1850. 
Ambrose Ballweg, March 22, 1861. 
Thomas A. Morris, April 16, 1861. 
John n. Vajen, April 19, 1861. 
John C. New, May 80, 1862. 
Asahei Stone, October 15, 1862. 

P. Schmuck, , 1866. 

H. N. Conklin. 



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Samuel Beck, to 1884. 

George L. Branham, , 1885. 

James B. McShepard, from 1885 to 1889. 
Jos. P. Pope, from 1889 to 1893. 
Samuel M. Compton, 1893 . 



COMMISSARY-GENERALS. 



Michael C. Bright, November 27, 1857. 

Isaiah Mansur, April 15, 1861. 

Asahel Stone, May 20, 1861, to October 15, 1862. 



STATE PAYMASTERS. 



Oscar H. Kendrick, June 11, 1861. 
Stearns Fisher, January — , 1863. 



CHIEFS OF THE BUREAU OF STATISTICS. 



John Collett, 1879 to 1881. 
John B. Connor, 1881 to 1883. 
William A. Peelle, Jr., 1888 to 1890. 
William A. Peelle, Jr., from 1890 to 1892. 

William A. Peelle, Jr., from 1892 . 

5 — Sec. of State. 



66 



MEMBERS OF THE FIFTY- THIRD CONGRESS. 



Name. 



District. 



Teem of Office. 



Arthur H.Taylor . . 
John L. Bretz . . . , 
Jason B. Brown . . . 
William S. Holman . 
George W. Cooper . . 
Henry U. Johnson . . 
William D. Bynum . 
Elijah V. Brookshire 
Daniel Waugh . . . 
Thomas Hammond . 
Augustus N. Martin . 
William F. McNagny 
Charles G. Conn . . . 



First Congressional District 
Second Congressional District 
Third Congressional District . 
Fourth Congressional District 
Fifth Congressional District . 
Sixth Congressional District . 
Seventh Congressional District 
Eighth Congressional District 
Ninth Congressional District . 
Tenth Congressional District ■ 
Eleventh Congressional District . 
Twelfth Congressional District . . 
Thirteenth Congressional District 



2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 



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from 
from 
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from 
from 
from 
from 
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from 



March!, 
March 4, 
March 4, 
March 4, 
March 4, 
March 4, 
March 4, 
March 4, 
March 4, 
March 4, 
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March 4, 
March 4, 



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1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 
1893 



MEMBERS OF THE FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. 



Name. 



District. 



Term of Office. 



James A. Hemenway 
Alexander M. Hardy 
Robert J. Tracewell 
James E. Watson 
Jesse Overstreet 
Henry U. Johnson 
Charles L. Henry 
George W. Faris . 
J. Frank Hanley . 
Jethro A. Hatch . 
George W . Steele 
Jacob D. Leighty 
Lemuel W. Royse 



First Congressional District . 
Second Congressional District 
Third Congre.'sional District . 
Fourth Congressional District 
Fifth Congressional District . 
Sixth Congressional District . 
Seventh Congressional District 
Eighth Congressional District 
Ninth Congressional District . 
Tenth Congressional District 
Eleventh Congressional District 
Twelfth Congressional District . 
Thirteenth Congressional District 



2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
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2 years 
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March 4, 
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March 4, 
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POPULATION OF INDIANA. 

Total for 1880 ! 1,978,301 

Total for 1890 .-.2,192,404 

Counties, Population and County Seats of the State of Indiana, 

Census of 1890 : 



Counties. 



Population of County Seats. 



Population 
of County 



Number 
of Town- 
ships. 



Adams. . . 
Allen . . . 
Bartholomew 
Benton. . . 
Blackford . 
Boone . . . 
Brown . • . 
Carroll . . 
Cass .... 
Clark . . . 
Clay. . . . 
Clinton - . 
Crawford. . 
Daviess . . 
Dearborn . 
Decatur . . 
Dekalb . . 
Del aware . 
Dubois . . 
Elkhart . . 
Fayette . . . 
Floyd . . . , 
Fountain . , 
Franklin . , 
Fulton . . , 
Gibson. . . . 
Grant . . . , 
Greene . . , 
Hamilton . . 
Hancock . . . 
Harrison . . 
Hendricks . . 
Henry . . . . 
Howard . . , 
Huntington . 
Jackson . . . 
Jasper . . . . 
Jay . . , , 
Jefferson . . . 
Jennings . . 
Johnson . . . 
Knox . . . , 
Kosciusko . . 
Lagrange . . 
Lake . . . 
Laporte . . . 



3,142 
35,393 

6,719 
1,285 
2,287 
3,682 
395 
1,923 

13,328 

10,666 
5,905 
5,919 
792 
6,064 
4,284 
3,696 
2 415 

11,345 
1,281 
6,033 
4,548 

21,(59 
1,891 
2,028 
2,467 
3,076 
8,769 
1,229 
3,054 
3,100 
880 
1,569 
2,697 
8,261 
7,328 
1,422 
1,455 
3,725 
8,936 
613 
3,781 
8,853 
3,574 
],784 
1,907 
7,126 



Decatur . . . 
Fort Wayne . 
Columbus . . 
Fowler. . . . 
Hartford City 
Lebanon . . . 
Nashville . . 
Delphi . . . 
Logansport . 
Jeffersonville 
Brazil .... 
Frankfort . . 
Leavenworth . 
Washington . 
Lawrenceburgh 
Greensburg. . 
Auburn . . . 
Muncie . . . 
Jasper .... 
Goshen . .>< 
Connersville C-. 
New Albany^y/< 



'!< 



Covington 
Brookville £/ 
Rochester 
Princeton \ 
Marion .*^ 
Bloomfield 
Noblesville 
Greenfield 
Cory don . * 
Danville . "^ 
New Castle' 
Kokomo •<^y^- 
Huntington ,^ 
Brownstown fT^ 
Rensselaer 
Portland.' 
Madison ^^^ 
Vernon ^"^^ 
Franklin.'\_^ 
Vincennes^^ 
Warsaw . *T^ 
Lagrange • j/- 
Crown Point^^ 
Laporte '^ 



20,181 
66,689 
23,867 
11,903 
10,461 
26,572 
10,308 
20,020 
31,152 
30.259 
30,536 
27,370 
13,941 
26,227 
23,364 
19,277 
24,307 
30,131 
20,253 
39,201 
12,630 
29,458 
19,558 
18,366 
16,746 
24,920 
31,493 
24,379 
26,123 
17,829 
20,786 
21,498 
23,879 
26,186 
27,644 
24,139 
11,185 
23,478 
24,507 
14,608 
19,561 
28,044 
28,645 
15,615 
23,886 
34,445 



12 
20 
14 

8 

4 
12 

5 
13 
14 
12. 
10 
11 

& 
10 
14 

9 
12 
12 

8 
16 

9 

5 
11 
13 



13 
15 

9 

9_ 
13 
12 
13 
11 
12 
11 
12 
12 
10 
10 

8' 
10 
16 
11 
10 
19 



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Counties, Population and County Seats — Continued. 



Counties. 



Population of County Seats. 



y; 



Population 
of County. 



Lawrence . . 
Madison . . . 
Marion . . • 
Marshall . . . 
Martin . . . . 
Miami . . . . 
Monroe . . . 
Montgomery . 
Morgan . . • 
Newton . . . 
Noble . . . . 

Ohio 

Orange . . . . 
Owen . . . 
Parke . . . . 
Perry . . . . 

Pike 

Porter . . . . 
Posey . . . . 
Pulaski . . . 
Putnam . . . 
Randolph . . 
Ripley . . . . 
Rush . . . . 

Scott 

Shelby . . . . 
Spencer . . . 
Starke . . . . 
St. Joseph . . 
Steuben . . . 
Sullivan . . . 
Switzerland . 
Tippecanoe . . 
Tipton . . . . 
Union . . . . 
Vanderburgh 
Vermillion . . 
Vigo . . . , 
Wabash . . . 
Warren . . , 
Warrick . , . 
Washington . 
Wayne . . . . 
Wells . . . . 
White. . . . 
Whitley . . . 



3,351 

10,741 

105,436 

2,723 

738 

7,028 

4,018 

6,089 

2,680 

918 

1,229 

1,689 

707 

1,868 

1,689 

1,991 

1,494 

5,090 

4,705 

1,215 

4,390 

3,014 

421 

3,475 

618 

5,451 

2,314 

790 

21,819 
1,840 
2,222 
1,663 

16,243 
2,697 
1,314 

50,756 
551 

30,217 
5,105 
1,027 
1,881 
1,975 

16,608 
3,589 
1,518 
3,027 



/ 



Bedford 
Anderson . 
Indianapolip 
Plymouth . 
Shoals . . T 
Peru ...'<' 
Bloomington 
Crawfordsville 
Martinsville 
Kentland > 
Albion y^ . 
Rising Su 
Paoli 
Spencer ^. 
Rockville . 
Cannelton . 
Petersburgh 
Valparaiso . 
Mt. Vernon 
Winamac . 
Greencastle 
Winchester 
Versailles . 
Rushville . 
Scoltsburgh 
Shelbyville . 
Rock port . 
Knox . . . 
South Bend 
Angola . . 
Sullivan . . 
Vevay . . . 
Lafayette . 
Tipton , . . 
Liberty - . 
Evansville . 
Newport . . 
Terre Haute 
Wabash . . 
Williamsport 
Boonville 
Salem , . 
Richmond 
Bluffton . 
Monticello 
Columbia City 



19,792 

36,487 
141,156 
23,818 
13,973 
25,823 
17,673 
28,025 
18,643 

8,803 
23,359 

4,955 
14,678 
15,040 
20,296 
18,240 
18,544 
18,052 
21,529 
11,233 
22,335 
28,085 
19,350 
19,034 

7 883 
25,454 
22,060 

7,339 
42,457 
14,478 
21,877 
12,514 
35,078 
18,157 

7,006 
59,809 
13,154 
50,195 
27,126 
10,955 
21,161 
18,619 
37,628 
21,514 
15,671 
17,768 



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Population of Other Cities Having 4-,000 or More Inhabitants. 



Cities. 


COTTNTIES. 


Populat'n, 
1890. 


Elkhart 

Michigan City 

Hammond 


Elkhart 

Laporte 

Lake 

Jackson 


11,360 

10,776 

5,428 

6,337 







POPULATION BY C0NGRES8I0ITAL DISTRICTS. 

First District 186,268 

Second District 161,287 

Third District 170,209 

Fourth District 142,314 

Fifth District 148,925 

Sixth District 139,359 

Seventh District 195,472 

Eighth District 183,641 

Ninth District 182,344 

Tenth District.. 156,749 

Eleventh District 187,720 

Twelfth District 162,216 

Thirteenth District 175,905 

Total 2,192,404 



CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES. 



First, 1790 3,929,328 

Second, 1800 5,308,925 

Third, 1810 7,239,814 

Fourth, 1820 9,638,131 

Fifth, 1830 12,866,026 

Sixth, 1840 17,069,453 



Seventh, 1850 23,191,876 

Eighth, 1860... 31,443,321 

Ninth, 1870 38,538,371 

Tenth, 1880 50,152,866 

Eleventh, 1890 62,622,250 



VERIFIED POPULATION OF THE UNITED STATES IN 1890. 
The United States 62,622,250 



70 
North Atlantic Division. 

states and Territories. Population. 

Maine 661,086 

New Hampshire = 376,580 

Vermont 332,422 

Massachusetts 2,238,943 

Rhode Island 345,506 

Connecticut 746,258 

New York 5,997,853 

New Jersey 1,444,933 

Pennsylvania 5,258,014 



Total , 17,401,545 

South Atlantic Division. 

Delaware 168,493 

Maryland 1,042,390 

District of Columbia 230,392 

Virginia 1,655,980 

West Virginia 762,794 

North Carolina 1,617,947 

South Carolina 1,151,149 

Georgia 1,837,353 

Florida ." 391,422 



Total 8,857,920 

Northern Central Division. 

Ohio 3,672,316 

Indiana 2,192,404 

Illinois 3,826,351 

Michigan 2,093,889 

Wisconsin 1,686,880 

Minnesota 1,301,826 

Iowa 1,911,896 

Missouri ' 2,679,184 

North Dakota 182,719 

South Dakota ;:28,808 

Nebraska 1,058,910 

Kansas 1,427,096 



Total 22,362,279 



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Southern Central Division. 

states anil Territories. Population, 

Kentucky 1,858,63& 

Tennessee 1,767,518 

Alabama : 1,513,017 

Mississippi 1,289,600 

Louisiana 1,118,587 

Texas 2,235,523 

Indian Territory 

Oklahoma ^61,834 

Arkansas 1, 1 28,179 

Total , 10,972,893 

Western Division. 

Montana 132,159 

Wyoming , 60,705 

Colorado... 412,198 

New Mexico 153,593 

Arizona 59,620 

Utah 207,905 

Nevada..... 45,761 

Idaho 84,385 

Alaska , 

Washington , 349,390 

Oregon 313,767 

California 1,208,130 

Total 3,027,613 

. RECAPITULATION. 

North Atlantic Division 17,401,545 

South Atlantic Division 8,857,920 

Northern Central Division , 22,362,279 

Southern Central Division 10,972,893 

Western Division 3,027,613 

Total United States 62,622,250 



*Including 5,338 persons in Greer County (in Indian Territory) claimed by Texas. 



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JUDGES OF CIRCUIT COURTS IN OFFICE OCTOBER 

31, 1894. 



CIRCUIT. 



NAME. 



P. 0. ADDRESS. 



TERM EXPIRES. 



First . . 
Second . 
Third. . 
Fourth . 
Fifth . . 
Sixth . . 
Seventh 
Eighth . 



Ninth . . . 
Tenth . . . 
Eleventh . . 
Twelfth 
Thirteenth . 
Fourteenth , 
Fifteenth . . 
Sixteenth 



Seventeenth 
Eighteenth . 
Nineteenth . 
Twentieth . 
Twenty-first 
Twenty-second 
Twenty-third 
Twenty-fourth 
Twenty-fifth . 



Twenty-sixth . 
Twenty-seventh 
Twenty-eighth . 



Twenty-ninth 
Thirtieth . . . 
Thirty-first . - 
Thirty-second 
Thirty-third . 
Thirty- fourth 
Thirty- fifth . 
Thirty-sixth 
Thirty-seventh 
Thirty eighth 
Thirty-ninth 
Fortieth 

Forty-first . 
Forty-second 
Fortv-third . 
Forty-fourth 
Forty-fifth . 
Forty-sixth . 
Forty-seventh 
Forty-eighth 
Forty-ninth 
Fiftieth . . . 
Fifty-first . 



Robert D. Richardson . . . 

Edward Gough 

William T. Zenor 

George H. D. Gibson .... 

William T.Friedly 

Thomas C. Batchelor .... 
Alexander C. Downey . . . 
John W. Study, died Janu- 
ary 13, 1893: James K. 
Ewing commissioned Jan- 
uary 17, 1893, to serve until 
successor is elected and 

qualified 

Francis T. Hord 

Robert W. Miers 

Oscar M. Welborn 

George W. Shaw 

Samuel M. McGregor .... 

John C. Briggs 

George W. Grubbs 

William A. Johnson. Leon- 
ard J. Hackney resigned 
January 2. 1893, and Wm. 
A.Johnson appointed Jan- 
uary 2, 1893, to serve until 
successor is elected and 

qualified 

David W. Com?tock .... 

William H. Martin 

Edgar A. Brown 

Stephen Neal 

Joseph M.Rabb 

Georne T. Harvey 

Byron W. Langdon 

Richard R. Stephen?on . . . 
Leander J. Monks, resigned 
October 2, 1894; Garland 
D. Williamson appointed 
October 2, 1894, to serve 
until successor is elected 

and qualified 

Daniel D. Heller 

Harvey B. Khively .... 
Joseph S. Dailey, resigned 
July 17, 1893; James H. 
Vaughn appointed July 
24, 1893, to serve until suc- 
cessor is elected and quali- 
fied .. . 

Dyer B. McConnell 

Ulric Z.Wiley 

John H.Gillett ..... 

Daniel Noyes 

Joseph W. Adair 

John M. Van Fleet 

Stephen A. Powers 

Lex. J. Kirkpatriek . . . . 

Ferdinand S. Swift 

Edward O'Rourke . . 
Alfred W.Reynolds . . . . 
(Expired by statutory limi- 
tation.) 

A. C. Capron 

Samuel B.Voyles 

David N. Taylor 

George Burson 

Samuel H. Doyal 

George H. Koons 

Ared'F. White ....... 

Joseph L. Custer 

David J . Hefron 

Alfred S. Ellison 

Jabez T. Cox 



Evansville . . 
Boonville . . . 
Corydon ... 
Charlestown . • 
North Madison 
Vernon .... 
Rising Sun . . 



Columbus . . 
Bloomington 
Princeton . . 
Vincennes . . 
Brazil . . 
Sullivan . . . 
Martinsville 



Franklin . . 
Richmond . . 
Greenfield . . 
Indianapolis 
Lebanon . . 
Williamsport 
Crawfordsville 
Lafayette . 
Noblesville 



Winchester 
Portland . 
Wabash . . 



Bluffton . . . 
Logansport . 
Fowler 
Hammond . . 
Laporte 
Columbia City 
Elkhart . . . 
Angola . . . 
Kokomo . . . 
Brookville . 
Ft. Wayne. . 
Monticello . 



Plymouth . . 
Salem . . . . 
Terre Haute , 
Winamac . . 
Frankfort . . 
Muncie . . 
Rockville . . 
Marion . . . 
Washington . 
Anderson . . 
Peru 



November 17, 1896. 
November 16, 1898. 
October 12, 1897. 
November 15, 1898. 
October 12, 1897. 
November 20, 1894. 
October 21, 1897. 



October 24, 
November 
November 
October 24, 
December 
November 
November 
November 



, 1895. 
19, 1898. 
10, 1896. 
, 1897. 
1, 1894. 
16, 1894. 
14, 1894. 
14,1894. 



November 
October 21, 
November 
November 
November 
November 
October 21 
November 
October 19 



16, 1894, 
1897. 
15, 1894. 
11,1897. 
10, 1896. 
15, 1894. 
1897. 
15, 1894. 
1897. 



October 22, 1897. 
November 23, 1895. 
October 22, 1897. . 



November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
October 27, 
November 
November 



17, 1894. 
3, 1896. 
14, 1898. 
13, 1898. 
14,1894. 
17, 1896. 
15, 1894, 
16, 1894. 
14, 1896. 
, 1898. 
15, 1894. 
15, 1894. 



November 14, 
November 10, 
November 12, 
November 14, 
November 12, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 12, 
November 17, 



1896, 
1896 
1896 
1896, 
1896 
1898 
1898 
1898 
1898 
1896 
1896 



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JUDGES OF CIRCUIT COURTS— Continued. 



CIRCUIT. 


NAME. 


P. 0. ADDRESS. 


TERM EXPIRES. 


Fifty-second . . . 


Jacob Herter 


New Albany . . . 


November 14, 1898. 


Fifty-third .... 


Eugene H.Bundy 


New Castle .... 


November 17, 1896. 


Fifty-fourth . . . 


Edgar Raymond 


Warsaw 


November 17, 1896. 


Fifty-fifth . . . 


JohnV.Hadley 


Danville 


November 15, 1894. 


Fifty- sixth (cre- 








ated by Fifty- 








eighth General 








Assembly, 1893 . 


Orlando Whitelock 


Huntington .... 


Commissioned March 
15, 1893, to serve 
until successor is 
elected and quali- 
fied. 



JUDGES OF SUPERIOR COURT IF OFFICE OCTOBER 

31, 1894. 



NAME. 



COUNTY. 



TERM EXPIRES. 



James W. Harper . . • 
Pliny W. Bartholomew 
Napoleon B.Taylor . . 



Cyrus F. McNutt : . 
Charles M. Dawson 
Peter Maier" 
Frank B. Everett . 



Marion 

Marion .... 

Died August 14, 1893. James M. Win- 
ter commissioned August 21, 1893, to 
serve until successor is elected and 
qualified 

Vigo 

Allen 

Vanderburgh 

Tippecanoe 



November 18, 1894. 
October 17, 1896. 



November 20, 1894. 
December 18, 1894. 
November 15, 1894. 
December 18, 1894. 
October 27, 1896. 



JUDGE OF CRIMINAL COURT IN OFFICE OCTOBER 

31, 1894. 



NAME. 


COUNTY. 


TERM EXPIRES. 


Millard F. Cox 


Marion 


November 15, 1894. 



CITY JUDGES IN OFFICE OCTOBER 31, 1894. 



NAME. 


CITY. 


TERM EXPIRES. 


George W. Stubbs - . 




October 6, 1895. 


Edward F. Meredith 




When successor is elected 


Frank B. Parks .... 




and qualified. 


Joseph D. Arnold . . 


Elkhart 


and qualified. 
When successor is elected 






and qualified. 
May 12, 1896. 


GeorM W. Alford .... 
Absolom H. Hoover . . . 
J. W. Donaker 


Blwood 

geymour 


May 7. 1898. 
May 8, 1898. 
May 5, 1898. 









74 



PSOSECUTING ATTORNEYS IN OFFICE OCTOBER 

31, 1894. 



NAME. 


POLITICS. 


NO. JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT. 


TERM EXPIRES. 






First 


Oct. 22. 1895. 


Harold DeWeese . . . 






Democrat . . 




Second . . 


Nov. 17, 1894. 


Chris. W. Cook .... 






Democrat . . 




Third 


Nov. 17, 1894. 


Edgar A. Howard . . 






Democrat . . 




Fourth 


Nov. 17, 1894. 


Argus D. Vanosdol . 
Joseph H. Shea . . . 
Rodman C. Davis . . 






Republican . 
Democrat . . 




Fifth 


Oct. 22, 1895. 








Sixth 


Nov. 15, 1894. 






Democrat . . 




Seventh 


Nov. 17, 1894. 


David S. Myers ■ • ■ 
William M. Waltman 






Republican . 
Democrat . . 




Eighth 


Nov. 17, 1894. 








Ninth 


Oct. 22, 1895. 


John E. Edmonson .. 






Republican . 




Tenth 


Oct. 22, 1895. 


William E. Cox ... 






Democrat . . 




Eleventh 


Nov. 17, 1894. 








Democrat . . 




Twelfth 


Nov. 17, 1894. 


Frank A. Horner . . 






Democrat . . 




Thirteenth 


Nov. 17, 1894. 


William L.Slinkard . 






Democrat . . 




Fourteenth 


Oct. 29, 1895. 


Joseph W. Williams . 






Republican . 




Fifteenth . .... . 


Apr. 7, 1896. 


Thomas H. Campbell 






Democrat . . 




Sixteenth 


Nov. 17, 1894. 


Henry C.Starr 






Republican . 




Seventeenth .... 


Nov. 17, 1^94. 


Edward W. Felt . . 






Democrat . . 




Eighteenth 


Nov. 17, 1894. 


John W. Holtzman . 






Democrat . . 




Nineteenth 


Nov. 17, 1894. 


Patrick H. Dutch . . 






Republican . 




'J'wentieth 


Nov. 17, 1894. 


Ele Stansbury .... 






Republican 




Twenty-first .... 


Nov. 17, 1894. 


AVinfield S. Moffett . 






Democrat . . 




Twenty-second . . . 


Nov. 17, 1894. 


William R. Wood . . 






Republican , 




Twenty-third .... 


Nov. 7, 1895. 


David J. McMath . . 






Republican . 




Twenty-fourth . . . 


Nov. 17, 1894. 


James B. Ross . . . 






Republican . 




Twenty-fifth .... 


Nov. 17, 1894. 


Richard H. Hartford 






Democrat . . 




Twenty-sixth .... 


Nov. 17, 1K94. 


Alf.H.Plummer . . 






Republican . 




Twenty-seventh . . 


Nov. 17, 1891. 


Jay A. Hindman . . 






Democrat . - 




Twenty-eighth . . . 


Commissioned by ap- 








pointment, March 








8, 1893, to serve until 








successor is elected 








and qualified. 


Frank M. Kestler . . 


Democrat . . 




Twenty-ninth . . . 


Nt)v. 17, 1894. 


John T. Brown 


Republican . 




Thirtieth . . . 






Nov. 17, 1894. 


Willis C. McMahan .... 


Republican . 




Thirty-first . . 






Nov. 17, 1894. 


Oliver M. Cunningham . . 


Democrat . . 




Thirty-second 






Oct. 22. 1895. 


Lorenzo S. Fleming ... 


Democrat . . 




Thirty-third . 






Nov. 17,1894. 


Miles R.McOIaskey. . . . 


Republican . 




Thirty-fourth . 






Oct. 22, 1895. 




Democrat . . 




Thirty-fifth . . 






Oct. 28, 1895. 


John F.Pike 


Republican . 




Thirty sixth . 






Nov. 17, 1894. 


George L. Gray 


Democrat . 




Thirty-seventh 






Oct. 22, 1895. 


Philemon B. Coleriek . . . 


Democrat . . 




Thirty-eighth . 






Oct. 22, 1895. 


George Marvin 


Democrat . . 




Thirty-ninth . 






Nov. 17, 1894. 


Smith N. Stevens 


Democrat . . 




Forty- first . . 






Nov. 17, 1894. 


Wm. T. Brannaman .... 


Democrat . . 




Forty-second . 






Oct. 22, 1895. 


Ma.xwell C. Hamill .... 


Democrat . . 




Forty-third . . 






Nov. 17, 1894. 


Henry A. Steis 


Democrat 




Forty-fourth . 






Nov. 17, 1894. 


Nathaniel P. Claybaugh. . 


Republican . 




Forty-fifth. . . 






Nov. 14,1894. 


Joseph G. Leffler .... 


Republican 




Forty-sixth . . 






Nov. 15, 1894. 


Barton S. Aikman 


Republican . 




Forty-seventh 






Nov. 17, 1894. 


Ono L. Cline 


Republican . 




Forty-eighth . 






Oct. 28, 1895. 


James McD.Huff 


Republican . 




Forty-ninth . . 






Nov. 17, 1894. 


Bartlett U Campbell . . , 
Frank D.Butler 


Democrat . . 
Democrat . . 




Fiftieth .... 






Nov. 12, 1894. 


Fifty-first . . . 






Nov. 17, 1894. 


AYilliam CUtz : 


Democrat . . 




Fitty-second . 






Nov. 14, 1894. 


Frank E. Beach 


Republican 




Fifty- third . . 






Oct. 22, 1895. 


William H.Eiler ... . 


Republican . 




Fitty-fourth . . . 






Nov. 17, 1894. 


Dan F.Hill 


Republican 




Fifty-fifth . . . 






Nov. 17, 1894. 


Samuel E. Cook .... 






Democrat . . 




Fifty-sixth . . 






Nov. 17, 1894. 



Notes— 

1. Fortieth Judicial Circuit expired by limitation. 

2. The Fifty-sixth Judicial Circuit was created by the Fifty-eighth General Assembly, 

in 1893, being the county of Huntington. Samuel E. Cook was originally elected 
as Prosecutor for the Twenty-eighth Judicial Circuit, but became Prosecutor for 
the Fifty-sixth, Jay A, Hindman being appointed for the Twenty-eighth. 



75 



COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS FOR INDIANA 
DENT IN OTHER STATES. 



RESI- 



Commissioned by the Governor of the State of Indiana, During 
Fiscal Years Commencing November 1, 1892, and Ending 
October, 31, 1894.. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



STATE. 



Teem Expires. 



William A. Wright .... 

Rufus K. McHarg 

EdwardJ. Jones .... 
William T. Hardenbrook 
William Jenks Fell . . 

Jolin D. Miller 

James L. Pease ...'.. 

F. C.Bidwell 

Vincent Rosemon .... 
Charles W. Sparhawk . . 
William Mosley Fitoh . . 
Samuel Jennison .... 
Charles Edgar Mills . . . 

Kinley J. Tener 

Henry E.Taintor .... 

John A. Hillery 

Ph. H. Hoffman 

(leorge W. Hunt 

John A. Peck 

Augustine H. Read . . . 
Thomas J.Hunt . . . . 
Maloncy C. Soniat .... 
G.Evett Reardon .... 
Thomas W.Fulton . . . 
Joseph B. Braman .... 
Augustus F. Warr .... 
J. Kemp Bartlett, Jr. . . 
Charles S. Bundy .... 
Thomas B. Clifford .... 
Charles D. Green, Jr. . . 
William H. Humphrey . 



New Haven . . 
New York City 
Boston .... 
New York City 
Philadelphia . 
New York City 
Toledo .... 
Pittsburgh . . 
New York City 
Philadelphia 
Charleston . 
Boston 

New York City 
Philadelphia 
Hartford 
New York City 
Baltimore 
Philadelphia 
St. Louis . . 
Boston . . . 
Philadelphia 
New Orleans 
Baltimore . . 
New York . . 
Boston . . . 
Liverpool . . 
Baltimore . . 
Washington 
New York City 
St. Louis 
New York City 



Connecticut 
New York . . 
Massachusetts 
New York . . 
Pennsylvania 
New York . . 

Ohio 

Pennsylvania 
New York . . 
Pennsylvania 
South Carolina 
Massachusetts 
New York . 
Pennsylvania . 
Connecticut . . 
New York . . . 
Maryland _. . 
Pennsylvania . 
Missouri . . . 
Massachusetts 
Pennyslvania . 
Louisiana , . . 
Maryland . . . 
New York . . . 
Massachusetts 
England . . 
Maryland . . . 
Dist. of Columbia 
New York . 
Missouri . . 
New York . 



December 7, 1896. 
December 7, 1896. 
December 21, 1896. 
January 31,1897. 
February 17, 1897. 
April 7, 1897. 
April 20, 1897. 
May 13, 1897. 
June 22, 1897. 
July 12, 1897. 
September 14, 1897. 
October 18, 1897. 
October 30, 1897. 
November 20, 1897. 
November 24, 1897. 
December 21, 1897. 
January 19, 1898. 
February 10, 1898. 
February 26, 1898. 
February 26, 1898. 
March 20, 1898. 
March 24, 1898. 
April 2, 1898. 
May 7, 1898. 
June 4, 1898. 
June 25, 1898. 
July 16, 1898. 
July 30, 1898. 
August 14, 1898. 
September 7, 1898. 
October 19, 1898. 



76 



COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS FOR OTHER STATES 
RESIDING IN INDIANA. 



STATE. 


NAME. 


ADDRESS. 


Term Expires, 


Arkansas 

Georgia 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Missouri 

South Carolina . . . 


Aquilla Q.Jones 

Joseph J. Dickinson . . . 

Henry Hunsdon 

Delos N. Weaver 

Orville T. Chamberlain . . 
Edgar D. Barrows . . , . . 

Lew A. Cassell 

Charles W. Fish 

Luther R. Martin 

William Lyttle 

John Levering 

Rufus H. Simpson 

Thomas H. Spann 

William A. Peelle,Jr . . . 


Indianapolis . . . 

Richmond 

New Harmony . . . 

Elkhart 

Elkhart 

Laporte 

Fairmount 

Elkhart 

Indianapolis . . . 

Fort Wayne .... 

Lafayette 

Terre Haute .... 

Indianapolis . . . 

Indianapolis . . • 


At the pleasure of the 

Governor. 
January 1, 1897. 

January 22, 1895. 
April 27, 1896. 
April 5, 1897. 
September 16, 1897. 

August — , 

At the pleasure of the 

Governor. 
At the pleasure of the 

Governor. 
At the pleasure of the 

Governor. 
At the pleasure of the 

Governor. 
At the pleasure of the 

Governor. 
At the pleasure of the 

Governor. 



None for other States. 



77 



TRADE MARKS AND LABELS REGISTERED. 



When Filed. 



Ira S. Schrop— Trade Mark— " Loto Blush " . 

Sugar-Cured Smoking Tobacco. ... 

Grill Bros., of Evansville — Trade Mark for Tobacco 

Little Ham Sugar-Cured Tobacco 

"Albaderm " — Trade Mark 

" Society Blossom "—Trade Mark 

Harris' Dry Cell Single Switch Faradic Battery . 

Coronilla Toilet Company — Trade Mark — "Coronilla" 

"Hoosier Poet " — Trade Mark 

" Prince of India " — Trade Mark and Label 

Cigar Makers' International Union of America — Trade Mark— "Union 

Made Cigars " , 

Edwin Mercer— Trade Mark — " Queen Isabella " 

Flora A. Jones— Label— "Toilet Wash for the Complexion " 

Flora A. Jones — Trade Mark— " Quincella" 

Flora A. Jones — Label — "Floral Cream" 

Muncie Teamsters' Union No. 5766 — Registry 

S. A. Russ, Bleaching Blue — Trade Mark 

S. A. Russ Company — Wrapper 

Bakers' Union IS 0.18— Trade Mark 

The Bird of Consolation — Wrapper 

Vaughan & Casey — Trade Mark 

Russ' Pure Cream Tartar Baking Powder — Trade Mark 

Russ' Pure Cream Tartar Baking Powder — Wrapper and Label . . . . 

Cigar Makers' International Union of America— Trade Mark 

Somerlott & Smith — Trade Mark 

" Cystal Cream "—Trade Mark 

Cuti-Clear — Trade Mark 

Dew of Boses— Trade Mark . 

"Terre Haute Club "—Trade Mark 

" Hitz " Quaker Bread — Trade Mark 

Odor Cure— Trade Mark 

Piccadore — Label . . 

Labadie's Fine French Bluing— Trade Mark 

" Rose Creme," or " Rose Cream " — Trade Mark 

" Pearl Creme," or " Pearl Cream "—Trade Mark 

" Glycerine " — Trade Mark of J. 0. Keller 

"Rose"— Trade Mark of J.O.Keller 

Wild Cherry Tabules— Wrapper or Label 

" Somerlott & Smith's Strictly Pure Baking Powder "—Trade Mark . . 



November 21, 1892. 
November 24, 1892. 
December 6, 1892. 
December 6, 1892. 
February 17, 1893. 
March 13, 1893. 
April 8, 1893. 
April 10, 1893. 
April 11, 1893. 
April 13, 1893. 

May 25, 1893. 
June 7, 1893. 
June 15, 1893, 
June 15, 1893. 
June 15, 1893. 
June 29, 1893. 
July 7, 1893. 
July 7, 1893. 
August 19, 1893. 
September 14, 1893. 
October 13, 1893. 
January 29, 1894. 
January 29, 1894, 
April 11, 1894. 
April 27, 1894. 
May 3, 1894. 
May 10, 1894, 
May 10. 1894. 
June 2, 1894. 
June 9, 1894. 
June 11, 1894. 
June 27, 1894. 
July 19, 1894. 
September 22,1894. 
September 25, 1894. 
October 9, 1894. 
October 9, 1894. 
October 19, 1894. 
October 26, 1894. 



78 



SYNOPSIS OF PROCLAMATIONS BY THE GOVERNOR. 



For the Two Years, Commencing November 1, 1892, and Ending 

October 31, 189 J,.. 

On November 14, 1892, a proclamation by Governor Ira J. 
Chase designating Thursday, November 24, 1892, as a day of 
thanksgiving and prayer; 

On May 18, 1893, a proclamation by Governor Claude Mat- 
thews announcing the 18th day of May, 1893, as the date of 
the taking eiiect of the acts of the Fifty-eighth Session of the 
General Assembly. 

On July 7, 1893, a proclamation by Governor Claude Mat- 
thews, announcing a contract with the Indiana School Book 
Company to furnish " Intermediate Lessons in English Gram- 
mar " for use in the common schools. 

On August 7, 1893, a proclamation by Governor Claude Mat- 
thews, designating August 22, 1893, as " Indiana Day" at the 
World's Columbian Exposition. 

On September 12, 1898, a proclamation by Governor Claude 
Matthews designating September 27, 1893, as "Indiana Day" 
at the World's Columbian Exposition. [The latter date having 
been chosen by the Board of Managers.] 

On November 6, 1893, a proclamation by Governor Claude 
Matthews, designating November 30, 1898, as a day of thanks- 
giving and prayer. 

On May 30, 1894, a proclamation by Governor Claude Mat- 
thews, calling on certain citizens to desist from interference 
with the operation of railways in certain sections of the State. 



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ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION. 



Eailroads — From November 1, 1892, to October SI, 189!,-. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Brazil, Bainbridge k, Northern Railway — Articles of Incorporation . 

Benton Harbor & Southeastern Railway Company— Articles of Asso- 
ciation 

Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern Railway Company — Agreement of 
Consolidation 

Chicago k Bedford Railroad Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Chicago, Indiana & Eastern Railway Company- Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Fort Wayne & Eastern Railroad Company— Articles of Association . 

Indiana, Illinois & Iowa Railway Company— Articles of Association 

Indianapolis, Bloomington & Bedford R,ailroad— Articles of Associ- 
ation 

Indianapolis k Raven Railway Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Indianapolis, Springfield k Western Railway Company— Articles of 
Consolidation between Indianapolis & Raven Railway Company 
and Raven it Sprinsfield Railway Company 

Indianapolis k Southwestern Railway Company— Articles of Asso- 
ciation 

Indianapolis k Broad Ripple Suburban Railroad Company— Articles 
of IncorDoration 

Indiana, Decatur & Western Railway Company — Articles of Asso- 
ciation 

Indiana, Decatur k Western Railway Company -Certificate Full 
Payment Capital Stock 

Northern Indiana Railroad Company— Articles of Association . . . . 

Peru Railway Company— Articles of Association 



February 24, 1893. 

May 29, 1893. 

November 1, 1893. 
December 3,1893, 

March 8, 1893. 
March 20, 1894. 
January 9, 1893. 

March 3, 1893. 
May 11, 1893. 

July 13, 1893. 

July 27, 1893. 

November 28, 1893. 

May 16,1894. 

July 20, 1894. 
September 28, 1893. 
March 15, 1893. 



95 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION. 



Manujacturing, Mining, Banking, Real Estate, Insurance, Etc.^ 
from November 1, 1892, to October 31, 1894- 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Automatic Electric Signal Company— Articles of Incorporation . , . 

Anderson Manufjicturirg Company — Articles of Association 

AdamantWall Plaster Company of Indiana— Articles of Association 

Alexandria Brick Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

American Laundry Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Anderson Lodge, No. 106, K. of P. — Certificate of Incorporation . . . 

American Window Glass Company— Certificate of Incorporation. . . 

A. R. Shroyer Cigur Company— Articles of Incorporation 

A. B. Ashman Company — Change of Name from Ashman Glasgow 
Company _ 

Alexandria Real Estate Company— Articles of Incorporation^ .... 

Anderson Creamery and Canning Factory Company— Articles of 
Association . 

Atlantis Club— Articles of Association 

American Building and Loan Association — Change of Name from 
Oak Hill Saving and Loan Association. 

Arcadia Land and Improvement Company — Certificate of Incorpo- 
ration 

Alfonte Natural Gas Company— Articles of Incorporation .... 

Adelphia Lodge, No. 375, K. of P.— Certificate of Incorporation. 

Alexandria Mining .ind Exploring Compsiny— Increase Capital Stock 

Anderson Keg and Packing Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Anderson Fuel Company — Certificate and Articles of Incorporation . 

Alexandria Land Syndicate — Articles of Association _. . 

American Building and Loan Association — Articles of Incorporation 

Auburn Roaster and Baker Company— Certificate of Incorporation. . 

American Hod Carriers' Union, No. 1— Articles of Association . . . . 

American Portrait Company — Articles of Association 

Anderson Driving Park Association— Articles of Association . . . . 

Advance Loan, Building and Savings Association— Articles of Asso- 
ciation . 

Art Importing and Exposition Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

Abbott Magnetic Mineral Company — Increase Capital Stock 

Albany Land Company-Articles of Association. 

Ashley Lumber Company— Articles of Association 

Amerieau Lounge Company— Articles of locorporation 

Alexandria Electric Light and Power Company — Articles of Asso- 
ciation ■ 

Anderson Real Estate Company— Articles of Association 

A. J. Trautman Milling Company— Articles of Incorporation. . . 

Alexandria Lumber Company— Articles of Association and Incor- 
poration 

Anderson Steel Casting Company— Articles of Association 

Aetna Powder Company — Increase Capital Stock 

Accumulative Savings and Investment Company— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Acme Distillery Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Arivocate Publishing Company, of Mount Vernon, Ind., Certificate 
of Incorporation 

American Skewer Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Allison Coupon Company — Articles of Association ... ..... 

Aldag Paint and Varnish Company, of Indianapolis, Ind. — Articles 
of Association 

Aluminum Silver Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Anderson Brick and Gas Company — Articles of Incorporation .... 

American Press A.-sociation of Indiaiia- Articles of Incorporation . 

Anderson Cathedral Glass Company — Increase Capital Stock .... 

Anderson Electric Light Company— Certificate and Articles of Asso- 
ciation 

Alexandria Club— Articles of Incorporation ■ - . . 

Acme Paving and Contracting Company— Articles of Association . . 

Adam H. Bartel Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

American Farm Company — Articles of Incorporation 



December 
December 
December 
December 
December 
December 
December 
January 4 



8, 1892. 
9, 1892. 
16, 1892, 
19, 1892. 
21,1892. 
21, 1892. 
24, 1894. 
, 1893. 



January 4, 1893. 
January 5, 1893. 

January 11, 1893. 
January 14, 1893. 



January 16, 1893. 

January 19, 1893. 
January 19, 1893. 
January 23, 1893. 
January 27, 1893. 
January 27, 1893. 
January 27, 1893. 
February 1, 1893. 
February 4, 1893. 
February 6, 1893. 
February 13, 1893. 
February 17, 1893. 
February 21, 1893. 



February 22, 1893. 
February 28, 1893. 
March 3, 1893. 
March 9, 1893. 
March 11, 1893. 
March 17, 1893. 

March 21, 1893. 
March 27, 1893. 
March 28, 1893. 

April 20,1893! 
May 2, 1893. 
May 3, 1893. 

May 11, 1893. 
May 19, 1893. 

June 14, 1893. 
July 6, 1893. 
August 7, 1893. 

September 1, 1893. 
October 6, 1893. 
November 10, 1893. 
November 15, 1893. 
November 20, 1893. 

November 21, 1893. 
November 16, 1893. 
December 11, 1893. 
December 20, 1893. 
December 29, 1893. 



96 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATIO]^[— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Akron Oil Company— Articles of Association 

Anderson Flint Bottle Company — Articles of Incorp»ration 

Anchor Supply Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Ayres Lumber Company— Articles of Association 

Aurora Distilling Company — Certificate of Dissolution 

Arlington Association, ot Indianapolis, Ind.— Articles of Associa- 
tion 

Ashley Milling Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

Ambrosia Lodge, No. 250. K. of P.— Certificate of Incorporation . . . 

Amboy Mutual Gas Company— Articles of Association 

Aetna Cabinet Company — Articles ot Incorporation . . . . . . 

American Citizens' Publishing Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

Arthur Jordan Company — Articles of Association 

Aluminum Bath Tub Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

A. Kiefer Drug Company — Articles of Association . . . . 

Alexandria Iron Works, of Alexandria, Ind.— Articles of Incorpora- 



tion 



Ambia Building, Loan and Savings Association— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Artificial Ice and Cold Storasre Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Albany Oil Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Advance Manufacturing Company— Articles of Association 

Art Engraving Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Auburn Mining Company— Increase Capital Stock 

Archaeologist Publishing Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Altman Manufacturing Company — Articles of Association 

American Laundry Company— Articles of Association 

Auburn Manufacturing Company— Certificate ot Incorporation . . . 

Anderson Loan Association — Increase Capital Stock 

Anderson Rolling Mill Company, of Anderson, Ind.— Amended Arti- 



cles 



A I. Lyon Lumber Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Alexandria Water Company— Articles of Incorporation .... - . 

Auditorium Association— Articles of Association 

Axtell Soap Company — Articles of Incorporation 

American Medical College, of Indianapolis, Indiana— Articles of 
Association 

Active Building Association— Articles of Association . 

American Hominy Flake Company— Certificate of Incorporation . . 

Alexandria Fraternal Investment Association— Articles of Associa- 
tion 

Antiville Natural Gas and Oil Company— Articles of Association . . 

Auditorium Association— Certificate ot Dissolution 

Arlington Oil and Gas Company— Articles of Association 

Atlanta Steel and Tin Plate Company — Articles of Incorporation . . 

Ayers Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Anderson Coiled Hoop Company —Articles of Incorporation 

American Oil Company— Articles of Association 

Berkshire Investment Company— Articles of Association 

Bedford Building, Loan and Savings Association — Increase Capital 
•" 3k, 



Stoc 



Black Gear Company — Articles of Association 

Ben Hur Lead and Zinc Mining Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Brazil Electric Street Railway Company — Articles of Association . . 

Ball Business College— Certificate of Incorporation 

Bristol Lodge, No. 369, K. of P.— Certificate of Incorporation 

Blackford County Bank — Certificate of Paid-up Stock. 

Brazil Rapid Transit Street Railway Company— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Berkshire Investment Company — Amended Articles 

Batesville Printing Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Boss & Hoover Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Builders' Exchange of South Bend, Indiana— Articles of Incorpo- 
ration 

Bedford Telephone Company— Articles of Association 

Blake Lumber Company— Articles of Association . ... 

Bernardin Metallic Cork Company — Articles of Incorporation .... 

Bryan Merchandise Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Bollinger Nail Keg Stave Company— Articles of Incorporation. . . 

Benton County Pressed Brick Manufacturing Company— Articles of 
incorporation 

Ballard Publi.^hing Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Bohemian Roman Catholic Benevolent Society of St. Wineeslas— 
Articles of Incorporation 



December 30, 1893. 
January 5, 1894. 
January 13, 1894. 
January 16, 1894. 
January 23, 1894. 

February 1, 1894. 
February 3, 1894. 
February 5, 1894. 
February 6,1894. 
February 10, 1894. 
February 16, 1894. 
February 24, 1894. 

March 3, 1894. 
March 7, 1894. 

March 9, 1894. 

March 13, 1894. 
March 13. 1894. 
March 29. 1894. 
April 2, 1894. 
April 3, 1894. 
April 4, 1894. 
April 18, 1894. 
April 18, 1894. 
May 10, 1894. 
May 31, 1894. 
June 18, 1894. 

June 20, 1893. 
June 20, 1894. 
June 20, 1894. 
June 21, 1894. 
June 27, 1894. 

June 30, 1894. 
July 5, 1894. 
July 14, 1894. 

August 20. 1894. 
August 25, 1894. 
September 8, 1894. 
September 8,1894. 
September 15,1894, 
September 21,1894. 
October 3. 1894. 
October 19, 1894. 
November 9, 1892. 

November 12, 1892. 
November 18, 1892. 
November 19, 1892. 
December 6, 1892. 
December 9, 1892. 
December 20, 1892. 
December 23, 1892. 

December 24, 1892. 
January 13, 1893. 
January 28, 1893. 
January 31, 1893. 

March 2, 1893. 
March 4. 1893. 
March 11, 1893. 
March 18, 1893. 
March 21, 1893. 
March 22, 1893. 

March 23, 1893. 
March 28, 1893. 

April 4, 1893. 



97 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Brookville Business Men's Association of Brookville, Indiana — Arti- 
cles of Assoi^iation and Incorpordtion 

Bakers' Machinery Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorpo- 
ration . . 

Bluffton Lodge, No. 92, K. af P.— Certificate of Incorporation. . . . 

Brownsburg Canning Company— Ceitificate of Incorporation . . 

Baker-Piandolph Lithograph and Engraving Company— Reduction 
Capital Stock 

Brooks Oil Company — Articles of Incorporation. . 

Butler Basket Company— ^rticlfs of Incorporation 

Building Loan Fund and Sa\iDgs Association ol Tell City, Indiana, 
—Increase Capital Stock 

Blackford County Bank— Certificate Paid-up Stock 

Baxter Carriage Company — Aricles of Incorporation 

Brook Lumber Company — Articles of Association 

Board of General Home Missions of the General Association of Gen- 
eral Bar tists— Articles ot Association 

Burnettsville Creamery Company -Reduction Capital Stock 

Bloominaton National Savings and Loan Association — Articles of 
Association .... 

Brewers' and Saloonkeepers' Mutual Aid and Benefit Association of 
America — Articles of Incorporation ... • . . . 

Blue River Natural Gas Compar.y— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Bement it Seitz Company — Articles of Association 

Bluffton nil Company— Articles of Association 

Bedford Stone Company — Amendment 

Barbour Tablet Ink Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Butler Manufacturing Company — Reduction Capital Stock 

Buescher Manufacturing Company — Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Balke and Krause Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Berne Stave and Heading Company — Articles of Association . . 

Bogue and Thorn Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Boswell Building, Loan and Savings Association — Articles of Incor 
poration 

Blackmore Milling and Elevator Company of Vincennes, Indiana- 
Articles of Assoeirti n 

Brown Cigar Company — Articles of Association . .... 

Bloomingdale Canning Company of Bloomingdale, Indiana— Articles 
of Association 

Butler Canning Company— Articles of Association 

Blue Goose Mining Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Big Springs Gas Company— Increase Capital Stock 

B. F. Wissler Company— Articles of Association 

Builder,*' Lime Compiny — Articles of Incorporation 

Burris Herzsch Company— Certificate as to Preferred Stock 

Bedford Quarries Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Blake Street Saving and Loan Association, No. 4, of Indianapolis, 

Indiana-Certificate of Amendment 

Brannum Lumber Company— Articles of Association 

Bloomineten National Savings and Loan Association of Bloomirg- 
ton, Indiana— Inr-rease Capital Stock . 

Brenzinger Bread Baking Company- Articles of Incorporation. . . . 

Brazil Ice and Cold Storage Company— Articles of Association . . . . 

Borden Water Supply Company — Articles of Association 

Blue Grass Butter Company— Articles of Association 

Bluffton Artificial Ice Company— Articles of Association 

Connersville Real Estate Company — Articles of Association ... 

Citizens' Light and Power Company of Kokomo— Articles of Incor- 
poration . . . 

Clover Leaf Publishing Company — Certificate of Incorporation . . . 

Connersville Wood Working Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Cannelton Water Company— Amended Articles .... 

Co-Operative Natural Gas Company— Increase Capital Stock . . 

Cough-Tickle Manufacturing Company of Frankfort, Ind.— Articles 
of Incorporation , . 

Coventry Machinist Company of America- Certificate of Association 

Commercial Club Restaurant Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

C. Callahan Company— Articles of Association 

Citizens' State Bank of Knox, Ind.— Articles of Incorporation . . 
Crown Point Manufacturing Company of Crown Point, Ind.— Articles 

of Association . . . 

Clinton Paving and Building Brick Company— Articles of Incorpor- 
ation ... 

Consumers' Gas Light Company of Terre Haute— Articles of Asso- 
ciation 



April 7, 1893. 

April 13, 1893. 
April 21, 1893. 
April 22, 1893. 

April 25, 1893. 
May 9, 1S9-!. 
May 12, 1893. 

June 3, 1893. 
July 6, 1893. 
July 8, 1893. 
August 1,1893. 

August 2, 1893. 
November 7, 1893. 

November 8, 1893. 

December 26, 1893. 
December 26, 1893. 
December 30, 1893. 
January 3, 1894. 
Januarys. 1894. 
January 9, 1894. 
January 25, 1894. 
februpryl2, 1894. 
February 15, 1894. 
February 16, 1894. 
March 5, 1894. 

March 20, 1894. 

March 23, 1894. 
March 26, 1894. 

April 6, 1894. 
May 9, 1894. 
May 16, 1894. 
May 17, 1894. 
June 7, 1894. 
June 19, 1894. 
June 21, 1894. 
July 7, 1891. 

July 30, 1894. 
July 31, 1894. 

August 2, 1894. 
August 10, 1894. 
August 14,1894. 
August 23, 1894. 
September 10,1894. 
October 16, 1894. 
November 1,1892. 

November 3, 1892. 
November 16, 1892. 
November 18, 1892. 
November 18, 1892. 
November 18, 1892. 

November 29, 1892. 
November 30, 1892. 
December 7, 1892. 
December 21, 1892. 
December 22, 1892. 

December 26, 1892. 

January 3, 1893. 

January 3, 1893. 



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98 



ARTICLES OF ASS0CIATI0:N'— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Climax Washer Company— Articles of Association 

Central Glass Company— Articles of Association . . . . 

Citizens' Natural Gas, Oil and Water Company — Articles of Associa- 
tion and Incorporation 

Covington Improvement Company -Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Caden Stone Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

Converse Land and Gas Company— Articles of Association 

Chesterfield Brick Company — Articles of Association 

Curtis Physio-Medical College— Articles of Association ...... 

Chance-Matthews Printing Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Crystal Lodge, No. lt)5, K. of P.— Articles ot Incorporation 

Columbia Club of Indianapolis, Ind.— Increase Capital Stock . . . . 

CurtisviUe Tile and Brick Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Citizens' Building, Loan and Savings Association — Articles of Asso- 
eiation 

Citizens' Gas Company of Anderson, Ind.— Articles of Amendment 
and Increase Capital StocK 

City Ice Company— Articles of Association 

Citizens' Savings and Loan Association of Batesville, Ind. — Increase 
Capital Stock .... . . 

Crawfordsyille Pressed Brick Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

Citizens' Street Railroad Company — Amended Articles . . 

Camnbellsburg Cannins Factory— Articles of Association 

Cambridge City Cycle Manufacturing Company— Articles of Associa- 
tion 



Charity Lodge, No. 171, K. of P.— Certificate of Incorporation .... 

Connersville Blower Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Cambridge City Iron Fence Post Company— Articles of Association . 

Citizens' Bank (Union Bank)— Articles of Association 

Combination Stone Company— Articles of As.^ociation 

Connersville Carpet Company — Certificate of Incorporation 

Claggett Saddletree Company— Change of Name from Dennis-Clag- 
gett Saddletree Company 

Cartcreek Gas Company — Articles of Association ... 

Citizens' Savings and Loan Association— Articles of Association . . . 

Cambridge City Manufacturing Company— Articles of Association . . 

Columbia Club of Columbus, Ind.— Certificate of Incorporation . . . 

Clay County Block Coal Company— Articles of Incorporation . , . . 

City Railway Corupany— Articles of Association 

Citizens' Natural Gas, Oil, Water and Mineral Company (Limited) of 
Laurel— Articles of Association 

California Natural Gas Company of Hancock County, Ind.— Articles 
of Incorporation 

Citizens' Bank (Clinton, Ind )— Articles of Incorporation 

Cabel & Kaufi'man Mercantile Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

Cotinersville Street Railway Company— Articles of Association . . 

Citizens' Wster Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Columbian Oil Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

Columbus Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Citizens' Street Railroad Company— Increase Catntal Stock 

Clay City Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Crescent Oil Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Columbia AVindow Glass Company of Greenfield, Ind.— Articles of 
Incorporation 

Catholic Cemetery Association of Fort Wayne— Articles of Associa- 
tion 



Castle Hall Building Association — Articles of Association . ... 

Cough Tickle Manufacturing Company— Increase Capital Stock , . . 

Columbian Athletic Club — Articles of Incorporation - . ■ • 

Citizens' State Bank of New Castle— Articles of .Association .... 

Citizens' Building and Loan Association iSTo. 7 of North Vernon, 
Jennings County, Ind. — Increase Capital Stock 

Columbian Savings and Loan Association— Articles of Association . 

t;harles J. Kuhn Company — Articles of Association 

Citizens' Stock Brick Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Citizens' G'ls Company— Articles of Association . . . . 

Central Saving and Loan Association No. 3 — Certificate of Incor- 
poration 

Citizens' State Bank of New Castle— Certificate Paid-up Stock . . . 

Cicero Lumber Company— Articles of Association 

Coming Nation Publishing Company— Articles of Incorporation • 

Citizens' Natural Gas Company of Logansport, Ind.— Certificate of 
Incorporation 

Carthage Packing Company— Articles of Incorporation 



January 5, 1893. 
January 12, 1893. 

January 12, 1893. 
January 18, 1893. 
January 24, 1893. 
February i, 1893. 
February 13, 1893. 
February 14,1893. 
February 15, 1893. 
February 16, 1893. 
February 16. 1893. 
February 18, 1893. 

February 22, 1393. 

March 2, 1893. 
March 7, 1893. 

March 13, 1893. 
March 15, 1893. 
March Ifi, 1893. 
March 20, 1893. 



March 
March 
March 
March 
March 
M arch 
March 



21, 1893. 
21, 1893. 
22. 1893. 
2.5, 1893. 
28, 1893. 
28, 1893. 
28, 1893. 



March 29, 1893. 
March 30, 1893. 
April 6. 1893. 
April 13, 1893. 
April 20, 1893. 
April 24,1893. 
April 24, 1893. 

April 28, 1893. 

April 29,1893. 
April 29, 1893. 
April 29. 1893. 
May 1,1893. 
May 4, 1893. 
May 4, 1893. 
May 4, 1893. 
Mav 8. 1893. 
May 10, 1893. 
May 10, 1893. 

May 15, 1893. 

May 26, 1893. 
May 31, 1893. 
June 7, 1893. 
June 9. 1893. 
June 15, 1893. 

June 24, 1893. 
June 27, 1893. 
July 3. 1893. 
July 14, 1893. 
July 17, 1893. 

July 17, 1893. 
July 31, 1893. 
August 1, 1893. 
August 2, 1893. 

Augusts, 1893. 
August 25, 1893. 



99 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— ContiDued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Citizens' Street Railway Company (Muncie, Ind.) — Articles of Asso- 
ciation . . . , 

Crawfordsville Lumber Company— Articles of Association .... 

Carbon Hill Coal Company— Articles of Association 

Century Cycle Manufacturing Company — Articles of Incorporation . 

Carbon Hill Supply Company— Articles of Association . . . . . 

Citizens' Natural lias Company of Manilla— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion . ... 

City Brewing Company — Certificate of Incorporation . . . 

Citizens' State Bank of Petersburg. Ind.- Articles of Association 

Connersville Handle and Bending Company — Articles of Incorpora- 
tion . . ... 

Crystal Ice Company — Articles of Association 

Connersville Public Library— Articles of Incorporation 

Crescent City Publishing Company — Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Chesterton Paint Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 



Converse Hoop and Heading Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Chaplain Brown Post, No. 106, Department of Indiana, Grand Army 
of the Republic— Articles of Association 

Comstock<fe Coonse Company — Articles of Association 

Commercial Wheel Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Common Sense Separator Manufacturing Company — Articles of In- 
corporation 

Clover Club— Articles of Incorporation 

California Remedy Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Cayuga panning Company (Indiina)—Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Citizens' Electric Light and Ifie Company- Articles of Incorporation 

C. Crane & Company— Articles of Association and Certificate of In- 
corporation . . . . 

Court Crown P< int, No. 4, of the Independent Order of Foresters of 
America— Articles of Association 

Commercial Club of Richmond, Ind.— Articles of Association . . . . 

Connersville Publishing Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Columbia Brewing Company- Articles of Incorporation 

Citizens' Limestone and Marble Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 



Crawfordsville Casket Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Clarksville Driving Park Association— Articles of Association . . . . 
Columbia Building and Loan Association— Articles of Association . 
Commonwealth Savings and Loan Association— Articles of Associa- 
tion 



Citizens' Natural Gas Company of Lafayette— Increase Capital Stock 
"Columbia Club " of Anderson, Ind.— Amendment 



California Fruit Farm Company of Indiana— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 



Crystal Window Glass Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Creamer ife i>>cott Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

Citizens' Building Association No. 3 of Madison, Indiana— Articles 
of Association . 

C. L. Storrs CompaDy— Articles of Association 

Cambridge City Manufacturing Company No. ii— Articles of Associa- 
tion 



Commonweath Loan and Savings Association of Indiana— Articles 
of Incorporation 

Co-operative Savings and Loan Society of Elkhart, Indiana— Articles 
of Incorporation 

Crown Point Electric Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Carmel Masonic Building Company— Articles of incorporation . . . 

Citizens' Telephone Company— Articles of Association 

Citizens' Gas Light Company— Articles 0*' Association 

C. Brockmg Company— Articles of Association 

Crafton Stone Company— Articles of Association and Certificate of 
Organization . . 

Columbus Handle Company— Certificate of Incorporation ...... 

Clin' Dwellers— Articles of Association . . 

Colfax Gas and Oil Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Dovetail Company— Articles of Association 

Dr. Nott Rupture Cure Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Denver Lodge, 373, K. of P.— Certificate of Incorporation 

DonnerMiller Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . . . . 

Dr. A. Woolley Medicine Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Deer Creek Mining Company— Increase Capital Stock 

Deming-Colborn Lumber Company— Increase Capital Stock 



August 3L 1893. 
September 13, 1893. 
September 23, 1893. 
October 5, 1893. 
October 11, 1893, 

October 13, 1893. 
Novembers. 1893. 
November 11, 1893. 

November 14, 1893. 
November 16, 1893. 
November 18, 1893. 
November 24, 1893. 

November 24, 1893. 
November 28, 1893. 

December 11, 1893. 
January 13,1894. 
January 16, 1894. 

January 26, 1894. 
January 29, 1894. 
February 2, 1894. 
February 5, 1894. 
February 8, 1894. 

February 27, 1894. 

March 3, 1894. 
March 13, 1891. 
March 15, 1894. 
March 17, 1894. 

March 19, 1894. 
March 22, 1894. 
March 24, 1894. 
April 17, 1894. 

April 30, 1894. 
April 30, 1894. 
May 15, 1894. 

May 24, 1894. 
Junes, 1894. 
June 20, 1894. 

July 1,1894. 
July 18, 1894. 

July 30, 1894. 

July 30, 1894. 

July 31, 1894. 
August 9, 1894. 
August 18, 1894. 
August 31, 1894. 
September 4, 1894. 
September 12, 1894. 

September 27, 1894. 
October 8, 1894. 
October 9. 1894. 
October 27, 1894. 
November 18, 1892. 
November 30, 1892. 
December 29, 1892. 
January 5, 1893. 
January 6, 1893. 
January 18, 1893. 
February 16, 1893. 



100 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Dubois County Soldiers' and Sailors' Moiiumental Association — 
Articles of Incorporation 

Dunkirk Fuel and Light Company— Articles of Incorporation .... 

Dyer Creamery Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Dekalb County Building-Loan Association— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

Delaware County Children's Home Association— Articles of Associa- 
tion 

Downey Street Saving and Loan Association No. 2— Articles of Asso- 
ciation 

Dyer-Veatch Company— Articles of Association 

Dubois Lumber Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Daily Record Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Duthie and Daggett Tool Company — Increase Capital Stock 

Decatur Loan Association— Certificate of Incorporation 

Diamond Lodge, No. 349, K. of P., of the Grand Jurisdiction of Indi- 
ana, at Cloverdale, County of Putnam, State of Indiana — Articles 
of Incorporation . . 

Diamond Steam Laundry and Toilet Supply Company — Articles of 
Incorporation 

Dubois Pressed Brick Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Democrat Printing Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Daisy Implement Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Dugger Co-Operative Mining Company— Increase Capital Stock . . . 

Decatur Stave and Heading Company— Certificate of Incorporation . 

Dry Branch Natural Gas Company — Articles of Association ... 

Delphi Club- -Articles of Incorporation . . 

Dunkirk Lumber Company— Articles of Association 

DeLong and Borges Company — Articles of Association . . 

Denny SonntLig Furniture Company — Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Dye Bros. Lumber Company, Articles of Association ....... 

Deming German Coach Horse Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

Domestic Wall Cleaning Company— Articles of Association 

D'H'eur and Swain Lumber Company— Articles of Association . . . 

Daviess County Coal Company— Articles and Certificate of Incorpo- 
ration _ 

Dyers Crsek Gas and Oil Company— Articles of Association 

Denny Sonntag Furniture Company (The)— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

Delavan Hotel Company of Albany, Indiana— Articles of Associa- 



tion 



E. A. Enos & Go— Articles of Association . 

Elwood Iron Works — Increased Capital Stock . 

Eureka Block Coal Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Elwood Board of Trade — Articles of Incorporation ._ 

Eureka Medical Company — Certificate of Incorporation 

Eli Lilly & Company— Amendment to Original Articles 

East Muncie Mantil Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Evansville Egg Carrier Company— Amendment . ■ 

Emsing-Gagen Company — Articles of Association 

Elkhart Business College — Articles of Association 

Elgin Creamery Company of Klberfisld, Indiana— Articles of Asso- 
ciation 

Blmwood Land and Improvement Company — Articles of Incorpo- 
ration _ 

Epitomi^t Publishing Company — Certificate of Incorporation . . . . 

Evansville Athletic Club— Articles of Association 

E. L. Smythe Toilet Company — Articles of Incorporation , . 

Economic Savings and Loan Association— Certificate of Incorporation 

Equitable State Building and Loan Association of Indiana— Articles 
of Assnciatiun 

Elwood Brick Manufacturing Company — Articles of Incorporation . 

Eko Leg-Wash Comp.any — Articles of Association 

Equitable Building, Loan Fund and Savings Association — Increase 
Capital Stock . . _ 

Bdinburg Commercial Club — Articles of Association 

Elgin Morning Star Creamery Company— Articles of Association . . 

Evansville Sanitirium— Articles of Association ._ 

Eclipse Medicine Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Enterprise Land Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Evansville Butchers-Hide Dealers Association— Articles of Incor- 
poration ■ 

Evansville Gravel Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Economy Gas Company— Articles of Association 

Elwood LaJnd Company— Articles of Association 



February 17, 1893. 
February 21, 1893, 
February 27, 1893. 

February 28, 1893. 

March 13, 1893. 

April S, 1893. 
Aprils, 1893. 
April 10,1893. 
April 29, 1893. 
May 11, 1893. 
June 2, 1893. 

June 8, 1893. 

June 24, 1893. 
August 15, 1893. 
August 16, 1893. 
September 9, 1893. 
September 20, 1893. 
November 3, 1893. 
December 1, 1893> 
January 8, 1894. 
Januaiy Ifi, 1894. 
February 6, 1894. 
May 3, 1894. 
May 28, 1894. 
Junes, 1894. 
June 20, 1894. 
July 11, 1894. 

July SO, 1894. 
Augusi 1, 1894. 

September 8, 1894. 

September 29, 1894, 
Decembers. 1892, 
January 3, 1893. 
January 9, 1893. 
January 14, 1893. 
February 15, 1893. 
February 22, 1893. 
February 24, 1893. 
February 24, 1893. 
March 10, 1893. 
March 13, 1893, 

March 15, 1893. 



March 15, 1893, 
March 24,1893. 
March 24, 1893. 
March 27, 1893. 
March 30, 1893. 

March 30, 1893. 
April 1, 1893. 
Aprin2, 1893. 

April 26,1893. 
May 2, 189 i. 
May 9, 1893. 
June 14, 1893. 
June 21, 1893. 
July 13, 1893. 

July 28, 1893. 
November 1, 1893. 
November 18,1893. 
November 21, 1893. 



101 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Excelsior Brick and Lime Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Elastic Steel Wire Fence Company— Articles of Incorporation .... 

Edinburgh Cereal Mills— Certificate of Dissolution 

Eastern Indiana Oil and Gas Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Elk Horn Natural Gas and Oil Company— Articles of Association 

Evansville Stove Works— Articles of Incorporation . 

Empire Glycerine Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion . . . 

Ed. C. Handley Lumber Company— Articles of Association and Cer- 
tificate of Incorporation . . i 

Epitomist Publishing Company— Amended Articles 

Evansville Brewing Association— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Empire Uil Company of Albany, Indiana— Articles of Incorporation 

Elwood Hotel Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Empire Glycerine Company — Articles ot Incorporation • . . 

Excelsior Shirt Manufacturing Company — Articles of Association 

Excelsi'T Manufacturina Co.— Articles of Incorporation . 

Evansville Union Coal Mining Company— Articles of Incorporation. 

Elberfield Building, Loan and Saving Association — Articles ot In- 
corporation . 

Egan Tailoring Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Evansville Bar Association — Articles of Association ... . . . 

^'Enterprise Oil <Jompany" of Albany, Indiana— Articles of Incor- 
poration . ... 

Enterprise Natural Gas Company— Articles of Association 

Elkhart Kg? Case Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Elkhart Cycle (Company — Articles of Association 

Fort Wayne Athletic Club— Articles of Incorporation 

Flabby Natural Gas and Oil Co— Articles of Association 

Franklin Canning Company— Certificate of Incorporation ...... 

Frankfort Handle Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion .... . ._ 

Fairview Lind Company — Articles of Association 

Farmers' Insurance Association of Lawrence Township, Marion 
County, Indiana— Articles of Association 

Fort Br 'nch Creamery Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Trisco Mining Com.oany— Articles of Incorporation 

Fairmount Canning- Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Frankton Land and Improvement Company — Articles of Association 

Farmersburg Building and Loan Association— Articles of Associa- 
tion . . . . 

Farmers' Gas Company— Articles of Association . 

Frankton Building and Loan Association — Articles of Incorporation 

Fred W. Witte Lumbir Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incor- 
poration . . . . . . . . 

Farpiers' and Breeders' Live Stock Insurance Company— Supple- 
mentary Articles 

Fulton Cou' ty Water Company — Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Frye Oil and (ias Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Ft. Wayne Lithograph Company— Articles of Association ... 

Fowler Lumber Company — Articles ot Incorporation • • 

Fortville Land and Improvement Company ot Fortville, Hancock 
County, Indiana— Articles of Association ... 

First Holiness Church at Union City, Indiana— Articles of Incorpor- 
ation . 

Frank Bird Transfer Company— Increase Capital Stock 

Farmers' Bank of Mooresville, Indiina — Articles of A.ssociation 

Frankton Lumber and Manufacturing Company— Articles of Asso- 
ciation . .... 

Flint & Walling Manufacturing Company — Reduction Capital Stock 

Frankton Window Glass Company — Articles of Incorporation .... 

Fort Wayne Zinc .Mining Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Francis Murphy Gospel Temperance League of Indiana — Articles of 
Incorporation .... 

Farmers' Natural Gas Company of Lawrence Township, Marion 
County, Indiana — Articles of Association ... 

Tather Lebreton Eye-Water Company of Indianapolis— Articles of 
Incorporation . . . 

Folding Pnper Box Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Forest Park Gas Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Farmers' Natural Gas and Oil Company — Articles of Association . . 

Fort Wayne Commercial Exchange — Articles of Incorporation 

Falley-Patton Hardware Company— Articles of Association . . . 

Fotterall, Barker & Brown Company— Articles of Incorporation 



December 18, 1893. 
January 9, 1894. 
February 7, 1894. 
February 8, 1894. 
February 12 1894. 
February 17, 1894. 

February 20,1894. 

February 27, 1894. 
March 3, 1894. 
March 16, 1894. 
March 20. 1891. 
March 26, 1894. 
April 18,1894. 
April 23, 1894. 
June 22, 1894. 
July 2, 1894. 

August 24, 1894. 
Septembers, 1894. 
September 5, 1894. 

September 24, 1894. 
September 29, 1894. 
October 6, 1894. 
October 24, 1894. 
November 15, 1892. 
December 3, 1892. 
December 30, 1892. 

January 18,1893. 
January 27, 1893. 

February 6, 1893. 
February 7,1893. 
February 9. 1893. 
February 11, 1893. 
February 18, 1893. 

February 28, 1893. 
April 4, 1893. 
April 29, 1893. 

May 1, 1893. 

May 6, 1893. 
May 8, 1893. 
May 9, 1893. 
May 12, 1893. 
May 18, 1893. 

May 29, 1893. 

June 19,1893. 
June 20, 1893. 
July 1,1893. 

July 11, 1893. 
July 25, 1893. 
July 27, 1893. 
July 29, 1893. 

August 25, 1893. 

October 19, 1893. 

October 26, 1893. 
December 7, 1893. 
December 13, 1893. 
December 27, 1893. 
January 17, 1894. 
January 30, 1894. 
February 2, 1894. 



102 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed, 



Fraternity Lodge, No. 696, Independent Order of Odd Fellows— Cer- 
tificate of Incorporatian . 

Farmers' and Broad Ripple Street Railway Company — Articles of 

Association 

Floyd County Fair Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . . 
Fairmount Land, Gas and Improvement Company— Decrease Capi- 
tal Stock 

Friend-Stebbins Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Falls Electric Light Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

Fort W yne Lime Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Fort Wayne Postal Telegraph Company — Articles of Incorporation . 
Fort Wayne Saengerbund Building, Loan and Savings Association- 
Articles of Association . 

Farmers' Mining, Gas and Oil Company— Articles of Incorporation . 
Fort Wayne Electric Manufacturing Company— Articles of Associa- 
tion 

Fulmer-Seibert Company— Articles of Association 

Fort Wayne Electric Corporation— Certificate of Incorporation . . . 
Frick-Bische Cabinet Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . 
French Association of Mutual Assistance, of Elwood, Indiana- 
Articles of incorporation 

Fifteen Circle Association— Articles of Incorporation 

Fox ife Garhart Specialty Company of Indianapolis, Indiana — Articles 

of Association . 

Farmers' Natural Gas and Oil Company of Cross Roads— Articles of 

Association 

Fairmount Canning Company— Decrease Capital Stock 

Frankfort Racing Association— Articles of Association 

Favorite Fence Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Farmers' State Bank— Articles of Incorporation 

Farmers' Bank of Auburn — Articles of Association 

Gates ifc Blountville Natural Gas Company— Reduction Capital Stock 
Greenfield Electric Light and Power Company— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Goodwin Clothing Company— Amended Articles 

Gas Center Land Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Globe Embossing Machine Company — Articles of Association .... 

Garrett Banking Company — Articles of Association. 

Giles-Clough Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

Gas Belt Lumber Company — Articles of Incorporation ... 

Grace German Evangelical Lutheran Congregation at Ft. Wayne, 

Indiana— Articles of Incorporation . 

Greene Township Natural Gas and Oil Companj-- Articles of Incor- 
poration . ■ . 

Goshen and Elkhart Implement Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Gladden Lum'^er Company— Certificate o; Incorporation 

Grand Opera House Company— Articles of Association 

Geo. H. Knollenberg Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Gas Belt Printing Company — Articles ot Incorporation 

Goshen Foundry and Machine Company— Increase Capital Stock . . 
German Building, Loan and Savings Association, No. 4— Articles of 

Association . 

Great Western Pottery Company— Articles of Incorporation . , . . 
Gr.eencastle Electric Light Company— Increase Capital Stock . . . 

Greencastle Electric Light Company — Amendment 

Gas Center Land Company— Articles of Association 

General Contractor's Association— Articles of Association . . . . 
German Military Academy of Indianapolis, Indiana — Articles of In- 
corporation 

Graphic Carbonate Mining Company -Articles of Association . . . . 
Green Wood Cemetery Company — Articles of Incorporation . . . . . 
Greencastle Street Railway Company — Articles of Incorporation. . . 
German-American Building and Loan Association of New Albany, 

Indiana — Certificate of Incorporation 

Gas City Heading Company — Certificate of Organization 

Greenup Oil and Natural Gas Company of Delphi, Indiana — Arti- 
cles of Incorporation 

George 0. llussell Lumber Company of Ft. Wayne, Indiana— Articles 

of Association 

General Association of General Baptists— Articles of Association . . 

Grueli-Verein of Ft. Wayne — Articles of Association 

German Mutual Aid and Benefit Society of Indiana — Articles of As- 
sociation . . •. . . 

Government Building and Loan Institution— Change of Name from 
Delaware Street Savings and Investment Company 



February 9, 1894. 

February 14, 1894. 
February 27, 1894. 

March 6. 1894. 
March 13, 1894. 
March 24, 1894. 
April 10, 1894. 
May 7, 1894. 

May 19, 1894. 
May 21, 1894. 

May 23, 1894. 
May 24, 1894. 
June 5, 1894. 
June 6, 1894. 

June 27, 1894. 
June 29, 1894. 

August 27, 1894. 

September 7, 1894. 
September 10, 1894. 
September 18, 1894. 
October 2, 1894. 
October 6, 1894. 
October 29, 1894. 
Novembers, 1892. 

December 2, 1892. 
December 14, 1892. 
December 17, 1892. 
December 27, 1892. 
Januarys, 1893. 
January 12, 1893. 
January 13, 1893. 

January 19, 1893. 

January 28, 1893. 
February 2, 1893. 
February 2, 1893. 
February 21, 1893. 
February 21, 1893. 
February 22. 1893. 
March 21, 1893. 

March 22, 1893. 
April 3. 1893. 
April 20, 1893. 
April 27, 1893. 
May 10, 1893. 
May 22, 1893. 

May 23, 1893. 
June 7, 1893. 
June 8, 1893. 
June 12, 1893. 

June 13, 1893. 
June 15, 1893. 

June 17, 1893. 

July 26,1893. 
August 2, 1893. 
August 16, 1893. 

August 29, 1893. 

September 13, 1893. 



103 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAxME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



German-American Chemical Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 
Gem City Building and Loan Association— Articles of Association . . 

Globe Oil and Uas Company— Articles of Incorporation 

German Building and Aid Association, No. 6, of Madison, Indiana — 

Increase Capital Stock 

General Power and Quick Transit Company— Articles of Association 
Goodbub Produce Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . 
Government Building and Loan Institution — locrease Capital Stock 

•G. F. Wittmer Lumber Company— Articles of Association 

Grand United Sons and Daughters of America— Articles of Associa- 



tion 



German Home Building and Loan Association — Articles of Asso- 
ciation. 

Greenfield Base Ball Company— Articles of Association 

Gaynor Straw Binder Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Greencastle Manufacturing Company — Articles of Association. . . . 

German Perpetual Building Association — Articles of Association . . 

Goshen Hardware Company — Articles of Association 

Greensburg Carriage Company— Articles_ of Incorporation 

Home Land Company — Articles of Association ... 

Herald Publishing Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

How Run Natural Gas, Oil and Mining Company — Articles of Asso- 
ciation 

Hammond & East Chicago Electric Street Railway Co. — Articles of 
Incorporation ... 

Hasket Ford Natural Gas Company— Articles of Association 

Home Building and Loan Association, of Vincennes, Indiana— Arti- 
cles of III corporation 

Howells' Bottling Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Hope Butter and Cheese Company— Certificate of Incorporation . . , 

Home Security Association — Articles of Association 

Highland Park Land Company— Articles of Association ... . . . 

Huntingburgh Water-Works Company- Articles of Incorporation . . 

Hart & Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Hartley Company — Articles of Association 

Harper Buggy Company— Increase Capital Stock 

Hartford Electric Light Company— Ar'ieles of Association . . . . . . 

Home Furniture Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Home Building Loan Association — Articles of Incorporation 

Home Savings and Loan Association— Articles of Association. .... 

Hartford Citv Paper Company— Certificate of Incorporation . 

Hortonville Gas Exploring Company — Articles of Association . . 

Hornberger Electric Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorpo- 
ration ... ... 

Hauss Iron Mill-Crane Company— Articles of Incorporation .... 

Hoosier t'acking Company— Articles of Association 

Home Stove Company— Articles of Association 

Howard Natural Gas and Oil Company— Certificate of Incorporation . 

Handy Furniture Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Harder & Hofer Coal Mining Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Huntington Dry Press Brick Company — ■ rtieles of Incorporation . . 

Herald Publishing Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Hussey ife Russell Lumber Company— Articles of Association , . . . . 

Happy Home Printing and Publishing Company— Articles of Incor- 
poration .... .... 

Hanna & Masters Gas Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Hartford City Glass Company— Increase Capital Stock 

Hard Wood Lumber Company — Articles of Association 

Home Insurance Company, of Harbison Township, Dubois County, 
State of Indiana — Articles of Incorporation 

Hymera Building, Loan and Savings Association — Articles of Incor- 
poration . . . . . 

High Court of the Independent Order of Foresters of America— Arti- 
cles of Association , - 

Hetherington & Berner— Articles of Incorporation ... 

Huntington Dry Press Brick Company— Amended Articles 

Humphreys Lumber Company — Articles of Association , . 

Heath-Morris Company— Artieles of Association . 

Home Building, Loan Fund and Savings Association — Artieles of As- 
sociation ..... ... 

Home Building Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Helfrich Lumber and Manufacturing Company— Certificate of Incor- 
poration . .... 

Havens & Geddes Company— Increase Capital Stock 

H. W. Comstock Remedy Company — Articles of Association 



October 2, 1893. 
December 8, 189-3. 
December 29, 1893. 

January 11, 1894. 
April 2, 1894. 
April 30, 1894. 
June 11,1894. 
June 13,1894. 

June 22, 1894. 

July 9. 1894. 
July 9, 1894. 
July 26, 1894. 
August 14, 1894. 
August 23, 1894. 
September 21. 1894. 
October 20, 1894. 
November 2, 1892. 
December 14, 1892. 

December 17, 1892. 

December 28, 1892. 
December 30, 1892. 

January 2, 1893. 
January 2, 1893. 
January 6, 1893. 
February 11,1893. 
February 28, 1893. 
March 18, 1893. 
March 23, 189.3. 
March 23, 1893. 
March 30, 1893. 
April 1, 1893. 
April 4, 1893. 
May 13, 1893. 
May 24, 1893. 
June 6. 1893. 
June 14, 1893. 

June 26, 1893. 
June 29, 1893. 
June .30. 1893. 
July 1,1893. 
July 13, 1893. 
July 22, 1893. 
August?, 1893. 
August 11, 1893. 
August 15, 1893. 
September 2, 1893. 

September 11, 1893. 
September 22, 1893. 
September 29, 1893. 
October 19, 1893. 

October 26, 1893. 

November 3, 1893. 

November 14, 1893. 
November 21, 1893. 
December 1, 1893. 
December 2, 1893, 
December 6, 1893. 

December 16, 1893. 
December 19, 1893. 

January 2, 1894. 
January 22, 1894. 
February 9, 1894. 



104 



ARTICLES OP ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed, 



Home Loan Association, of Huntington, Indiana— Certificate of In- 
corporation 

Hysienic Ice Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Hammond Club— Articles of Association 

Howe Pump and Engine Company- Amended Articles 

Hubbell Sulky Hairow Company of Muncie, Indiana— Articles of 
Incorporation . . . _ . 

Home Electric Light and Power Company — Increase Capital Stock . 

Heinz Company— Increase Capital Slock ... ... . . . 

Highland Park Gas Company of Alexandria, Indiana— Articles of 
Association ... 

Home Electric Light and Power Company— Amended Articles . . . . 

Howard Paper (^mpany— Articles of Incorpora'ion 

Henry Lumber Company — Articles of Association 

Hartford City Water Works Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Hercules Lodge, No. 127, Knights of Pythias— Articles of Incorpora- 



tion 



Hartford Oil Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Herth Mine Door Company— Articles of Incorporation • • _ 

Hoosier State Building Association — Articles of Incorporation . , . 
Harris City Laborers' Association— Articles of Incorporation . . . • 
Hartford Electric Street Railway Company— Articles of Association 
Harry SimoriS M llinery Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

Hall's Business College— Articles of Association 

Home Building Association of Seymour, Indiana — Articles of Asso- 
ciation . 

Home Telephone Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

Indianapolis Paint and Color Company— Certificate of Incorporation 
Indiana and Missouri Mining Company— Articles of Incorporation . 
Indiana Farmers' Savings and Loan Association — Articles of Incor- 
poration ■ . . ._ 

Indiana Zinc Smelting Company— Articles of Association 

Indianapolis Rubber Company — Articles of Incorporation . . . . . . 

Industrial Savings and Loan Association — Articles of Incorporation 
International Patent and Technical Bureau of South Bend — Articles 

of Incorporation _. 

Independent Telegraph Company— Articles of Association 

Indiana Tie, Land and Lumber Company— Articles of incorporation 
Indianapolis Varnish Company of Indianapolis, Indiana— Articles 

of Incorporation . . 

Indiana Contract Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Indianapolis Basket Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Indianapolis Exchange for Woman's Work of the State of Indiana- 
Articles of Association 

Interstate Building, Loan and Savings Association— Increase Capi- 
tal Stock 

Indiana Real Estate Company— Articles of Association and Incor- 
poration 

Indiana Young Men's Christian Association— Amended Articles . . 

Ingalls Land Company — Articles of Association _ 

Investors' Loan Ass' elation- Articles of Association ... 

Indiana College of Embalming Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Indiana Manufacturing Company Increase Capital Stock 

Indiana Real Estate Company of Evansville, Indiana— Articles of 

Association 

Indiana and Ohio Live Stock Insurance Company— Certificate of In- 
corporation 

Indiana Children's Home Society — Articles of Association 

Institute of Psychology and Progressive Sciences— Articles of Asso- 
ciation 

Indianapolis Family Club — Articles of Incorporation 

Indiana Tru«t Company— Articles of Association . . . 

Indiana Society for Savings— Articles of Association 

Ingalls Lumber Company — Articles of Incorporation . ._ 

Indiana Natural and Illuminating Gas Company — Certificate of In- 
corporation 

Indiana Clay and Specialty Company — Articles of Incorporation . . 

Indianapolis Lath Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Indiana Electric Power Company — Articles of Incorporation . . . . 
Indianapolis and Martinsville Electric Railway Company— Articles 

of Association 

Indiana Trust Company — Increase Capital Stock 

Indiana State Cracker Company— Amendment 

Indiana Church Furniture Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . 
Indianapolis Shooting Association — Articles of Association 



February 27, 1894. 
March 21, 189i. 
March 26, 1894. 
April 7, 1894. 

April 9, 1894. 
April 27, 1894. 
April 28, 1894. 

May 1, 1894. 
May 10, 1894. 
May 21, 1894. 
June 12, 1894. 
June 23, 1894. 

June 23, 1894. 
July 9, 1894. 
Augusts, 1891. 
August 8. 1894. 
August 27, 1894. 
August 29, 1894. 
August 30, 1894. 
September 11, 1894. 

October 22, 1894. 
October 23, 1894. 
November 19, 1892. 
November 22, 1892, 

November 28, 1892. 
November 29, 1892. 
Decembers, 1892, 
December 19, 1892. 

December 29, 1892. 
January 2, 1893. 
January 9, 1893. 

.1 an uary 10,1893. 
February 2, 1893. 
February 2, 1893. 

February 7, 1893. 

February 8, 1893. 

February 8, 1893. 
February 15, 1893. 
February 16, 1893. 
February 16, 1893. 
February 24, 1893. 
March 3, 1893. 

March 10, 1893. 

March 10, 1893. 
March 11, 1893. 

March 11, 1893. 
April 1,1893. 
April 4, 18P3. 
April 6, 1893. 
April 6, 1893, 

April 14, 1893. 
April 18, 1893, 
April 22, 1893. 
April 26, 1893. 

April 27, 1893. 
April 29, 1893. 
April 29. 1893, 
May 4, 1893. 
May 8, 1893. 



105 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NA.ME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Indianapolis Paper Mills— Articles of Association 

Iron Mill Land Company — Articles of Association 

Isabella Toilet and Medical Company — Articles of Incorporation ■ 

Indiana Association of Life Underwriters — Articles of lucorpora- 
tion . - ... 

Indiana Veterinary College— Change of name from Stanford Veteri- 
nary College . . 

Indianiipjlis Desiccating Company — Articles of Association . . 

Indiana Farmers' Savings and Loan Association of Ft. Wayne, Indi- 
ana—Increase Capital Stock 

Independent Publishing and Printing Company — Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Ingalls Zinc Company— Articles of Association 

Indian I Club— Articles ol Incorporation . 

Indiana Yearly Conference— Articles of Incorporation 

Indijnapolis Chain and Stamping Company — Increase Capital Stock 

Indiana Pulp and Paper Company— Increase Capital Stock 

International Land Title Insurance and Loan Company— Articles of 
In 'orporation 

Indianapolis Medicine Company— Articles of Association 

Indiana Coffee Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Indianapolis Milli ery Company — Certificate of Incorporation . . . 

Indiana Storage and Transfer Company — Articles of Incorporation . 

Indianap jiis Hedge and Wire Fence Company — Articles of Incorpo- 
ration .... . 

Indiana Retail Merchants' Association— Articles of Incorporation . 

Indianapolis Fancy (Grocery Company — Articles ot Incorporation . . 

Indiana Heal Estate Co.— Articles of Incorporation ... 

Indiana Commercial Association ot Machinists — Articles of Associa- 
tion . . 

I X L Pump, Lumber and Mfg. Co. — Increase Capital Stock 

Interstate Investment Company— Articles of Association 

Indiana Tumbler and Goblet Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

Indiana and Arkansas Lumber and Mfg. Co. — Articles of Incorpora- 
tion ... 

Indiana Loan and Security Company — Articles of Incorporation . . 

Indiana Bermudez Asphalt Company— Arcicles of Association . . 

Indiana State Fish and Game Protective Association— Articles of 
Association . . 

Indiana Conference — Amendment . ._ 

Indiana Distilling Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Indiana Law School— Articles of Association 

Indianapolis Stove Compan3- — Reduction Capitril .Stock 

Indiana Electric Railway Company — Articles of Association 

Indiana Bntterand Cold Storage Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Indiana Depurator Company — Articles of Association 

Indiana Alcatraz Asphalt and Contracting Company— Articles of 
Association ... _. 

Indiana Biruminous Coal Company — Articles of Association 

Indianapolis College of Music — Articles of Association 

Indianapolis Commission Company—Certificate of Dissolution . . . 

Iowa Hedge and Wire Fence Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Indiana State Camp of the Patriotic Order Sons of America— Articles 
of Incorporation 

Indiana Furniture Company — Articles of Incorporation . . . ._ . . . 

Indianapolis, Anderson, Alexandria and Marion Electric Railway 
Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Indiana Asphalt Flux and Fluxing Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

Indiana Harrison Telephone Construction Company — Certificate of 
Incorporation . . 

Indiana Toilet Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

Indianapolis Plumbing Company — Articles of Association 

Indiana Pottery Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Indiana Importing Co. — Articles of Association 

Indianaprdis Cabinet Works— Articles of Association ....... 

Indiana Land Company — Articles of Incorporation 

JefFersonville Infirmary — Articles of Incorporation 

Jonesboro Brick Company — Articles of Incorporation . 

Johnson Land Company— Articles of Incorporation ........ 

Jefferson Club— Articles of Incorporation 

Johnson-Reynolds Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Jacob Meyers & Bro. Mtg. Co— Reduction Capital Stock 

John T. Stoff Packing Company — Articles of Incorporation 

John Hanley Manu!acturing Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 



May 10, 1893. 
May 10, 1893. 
May 1-5, 1893. 
May 17, 1893. 

May 18, 1893. 

May 22, 1893. 

May 25, 1893. 

June 5, 1893. 
June 13, 189.3, 
August 1.=;, 1893. 
August 22, 1893. 
August 29. 1893. 
October 19, 1893. 

October 31, 1893. 
November 15, 1893. 
November 21, 1893. 
Decembers. 1893. 
December 29, 1893. 

January 6, 1894. 
January 24, 1894. 
January 25, 1894. 
January 29, 1894. 

February 1, 1894. 
February?, 1894. 
February 8. 1894. 
February 17, 1894. 

March 5, 1894. 
March 8. 1894. 
March 20, 1894. 

.March 24. 1894. 
April 6, 1894. 
April 10, 1894. 
May 3, 1894. 
May ! 5, 1894. 
May 21, 1894. 
June 4, 1894. 
June 6, 1894. 

June 20, 1894. 
July 6, 1894. 
July 18,1891. 
July 28, 1894. 
August 2, 1894. 

August 14, 1894. 
August 15, 1894. 

September 5, 1894. 

September 7, 1894. 

September 10,1894. 
September 14, 1894. 
September 25, 1894. 
October 4, 1894. 
October 16,1894. 
October 19, 1894. 
October 20, 1894. 
December 9, 1892. 
December 17, 1892. 
December 30, 1892. 
January 9,1893. 
February 27, 1893. 
March 8, 1893. 
April 10, 1893. 
April 26, 1893. 



106 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



James & Moyer Buggy Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Joseph Rothschild Clothing Co — Articles of Association 

Journal Printing Company— Articles of Association . . . 

J. E. Scroggy Manufacturing Company— Increase Capital Stock . . . 

Jones Hardware Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Jenney Electric Ligbt and Power Company —Increase Capital Stock 

Jasper County Lumber Company--rncrease Capital Stock 

Jasper Oil and Uas Company of Rensselaer, Ind.— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Johnson and Highman Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Jumaiqui Coffee Co. — Certificate of Incorporation 

Kokomo Enterprise and Realty Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Keeley Institute Co. of Ft. Wayne, Ind.— Articles of Incorporation . 

Knox Fire Insurance Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Kosciusko County Hedge Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Kosciusko Club House — Articles of Association 

Kenwood Land Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Kokomo Wood Enameling Company — Increase Capital Stock . . . . 

Klein Furnace and Range Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Keeley Institute Co. of Charleston, Indiana— Articles of Incorpo- 
ration 

Kipp Bros.' Company — Articles of Association. 

Keeley Institute Company of Liberty, Indiana — Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Kingsley Koundvy Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

Kokomo Stamping Co.— Articles of Incorporation. 

Keeley Institute Company of Marion, Indiana— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Knightstown Torpedo Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Keeley Institute Company of Hammond, Indiana— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Kentucky Stethophone Company— Articles ofx,Incorporation 

Keeley Institute of Evansville, Indiana— Articles of Incorporation . 

Keys, Porch & Co —Certificate of Incorporation , . 

Kammer-Musik Club— Articles of Association and Incorporation . . 

Knickerbocker Oil and Gas Company — Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Kramer Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Keeley Institute Company — Articles of Incorporation. . . . . 

Keeley Institute Company of Goshen, Indiana— Articles of Incor- 
poration . 

Kentland Building, Loan and Savings Association of Kentland, Indi- 
ana, Newton County — Articles of Incorporation , , . . 

Knights of Columbia Insurance Order— Articles of Association. . . . 

Krag-Reynold3 Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Lick Creek Gas Company— \rtiele* of Association 

Ligonier Carriage Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Lafayette Bridge Company — Increase Capital Stock 

Lombard Building and Loan Association— Certificate of Incorpo- 
ration . . 

Lake Cities Electric Railway Company — Articles of Association . . 

Ladies Co-operative Toilet Company— Certificate of Incorporation . . 

Little, Putnam & McDonald Manufacturing Co.— Articles of Incor- 
poration . 

"Life Guard"— Articles of Incorporation 

Lotus Club— Articles of Incorporation _. .... 

Lowell Co-operative Creamery — Articles of Association 

Lane Tissue Paper Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Lotus Club— Articles of incorporation 

Lotus Club— Surrender of Certificate , . 

Lafayette Lead and Zinc Mining Co. of Lafayette, Ind.— Articles of 
Incorporation 

Linton Coal and Mining Co.— Increase Capital Stock 

Lafayette Real Estate Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Laborers' Educational and Sick Benefit Society of Haughville, Indi- 
ana —Articles of Association 

Lay Pail Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Logansport Hotel Company— Articles of Association 

Lafayette Artificial Ice Company— Increase Capital Stock 

Liberty Natural Gas, Oil, Mining and Pipe Line Co.— Articles of 
Association ■ ■ 

Lentz-Mather Carriage Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Logansport Railway Company— Increase Capital Stock 

Logansport Fuel and Light Company— Articles of Incorporation. . . 

Ladies' G. A. R. Helpers— Articles of Incorporation 



July 29, 1893. 
October 13, 1893. 
November 10, 1893. 
December 8, 1893. 
February 17, 1891. 
March 24, 1891. 
April 19,1894. 

June 25, 1894. 
July 28, 1894. 
August 4, 1894. 
November 4, 1892. 
December 15, 1892. 
December 20, 1892. 
Uecember21,1892. 
December 31, 1892. 
January 18, 1893, 
January 23, 1893. 
January 30, 1893, 

February 10, 1893. 
February 23, 1893. 

March 16, 1893. 
March 30, 1893. 
August 30, 1893. 

November 21, 1893. 
November 23, 1893. 

January 6, 1894. 
January 26, 1894. 
February 2, 1894. 
February 5, 1894. 
February 6, 1894. 
February 24, 1894. 
March 1,1894. 
March 21, 1894. 

May 12, 1894. 

June 18, 1894. 
July 11, 1894. 
October 24, 1894. 
November 5, 1892. 
November 12,1892. 
November 14, 1892. 

November 18, 1892, 
November 19, 1892. 
November 28, 1892. 

December 6, 1892. 
December 21, 1892. 
December 29, 1892. 
December 31, 1892. 
January 2, 1893. 
January 18, 1893. 
January 18, 1893. 

January 28, 1893. 
February 18, 1893. 
February 24, 1893. 

April 8, 1893. 
April 10, 1893. 
April 11, 1893. 
April 21, 1893. 

April 21, 1893. 
May 22, 1893. 
June 12,1893. 
June 15, 1893. 
June 28, 1893. 



107 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Local Union, No. 86, of Lafayette, Indiana, of the Journeymen Bar 
bers' International Union of America— Articles of Association. . 

Liberty Cigar Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation. 

Logansport State Bank — Articles of Association ... 

Liberty Association of General Baptists— Articles of Association. . 

Lafayette Grocers' Protective Association— Articles of Association 

Logansport State Bank— Certificate 50 Per Cent. Paid-up Stock. . . 

Lyon. Clempnt and Greenleaf Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Logansport Hide and Fur Company— Articles of Incorporntion . . 

Logansport Home for the Friendless — Articles of Association . . . 

Lowell Dredging Company— Articles of Association 

Liberty Manufacturing Company of Liberty, Ind. — Articles of Incor 
poration 

Lyon and Deer Manufacturing Company— Articles of Association . 

Lowell Mercantile Co. — Articles of Association 

Lefeber Lumber Company — Articles of Association 

Lafayette Dry Goods Company— Artinles of Association .... 

Lafayette Brick and Manufacturing Co.— Articles of Incorporation . 

Lebanon Water Works Company— Articles of Association 

Lesh, Sanders ife Egbert Company — Extension of Charter 

Lowell Detective Association— Articles of Association 

Laporte Gas and Coke Company -Increase Capital Stock 

Logansport Oil Company — Articles of Association 

Leader Glass Works— Certificate of Incorporation 

Lyonlon Tile, Brick and Construction Company of Sullivan County, 
Indiana— Articles of Incorporation 

Lafayette Hoisery Company— Articles of Association 

Lafayette Bridge Company — Increase ''apital Stock 

Lafayette Gas Company— Change of Name from Citizens' Natural 
Gas Company of Lafayette 

Lafayette Gas Company— Certificate of Extension 

Lake Kutz Fishing Club— Articles of Association 

Limestone Cutters' Association of Indiana— Articles of Association . 

Linendoll Fence Company of Indiana— Articles of Association . . . 

Liberty Gas Light and Fuel Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Logansport Women's Christian Temperance Union— Articles of As- 
sociation . 

Lafayette Harrison Telephone Company— Articles of Association . . 

Lebanon Telephone Company — Articles of Association .... 

Lancaster Elgin Creamery Company — Articles of Association . . . . 

Lawyers' Loan and Trust Company of Indianapolis, Indiana — Arti- 
cles of Incorporation 

Monroe County State Bank— Articles of Association 

Marion Flint Glass Company— Increase Capital Stock 

Madison and Monterey Packet Company— Articles of Association . . 

Marion Paper Company— Articles of Association 

Municipal Engineering Company — '\rticles of Incorporation . . . . 

Monroe County Bank— Certificate Paid-up Stock 

Merom Gravel Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Mechanics' Building, Loan Fund and Savings Association— Increase 
Capital i^tock 

Muncie Lumber Company — Articles of Association 

Marion Heights Land Company — Articles of Association 

Montpelier Land and Oil Company — Articles of Association .... 

Monticello Manufacturing Company — Certificate of Incorporation . . 

Monroe Improved Gold Cure Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Mechanics' Savings and Loan Association No. 5 — Articles of Incor- 
poration . . 

Mystic Mining Company— Articles of Association 

Mackey-Nisbet Company— Articles of Association 

Morristown Fuel and Light Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Muessel Brewing Company—Articles of Incorporation 

Mutual Building, Loan Fund and Saving Association of Browns- 
town, Indiana — Articles of Association 

Madison Glass Company — Articles of Association . . 

Marion City Railway Company— Articles of Incorporation 

M. W. Fay Warehouse Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Muncie Nursery Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Manufacturers' Co-operative Natural Gas Company of Daleville, 
Indiana— Articles of Association 

Miller- Matthews Company— Articles of Association 

Montezuma Fire Clay Shingle Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

Martinsville Street Railway Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Monroe County Agricultural, LiTe Stock and Driving Association- 
Articles of Incorporation 



July 5, 1893. 
July 7, 1893. 
July 10, 1893. 
August 2, 1893. 
September 21, 1893. 
'September 22, 1893. 
November 4, 1893. 
November 23, 1893. 
November 29, 1893. 
December 12, 1893. 

December 23, 1893. 
January 9, 1894. 
January 10, 1894. 
January 15, 1894. 
January 26, 1894. 
February 9. 1894. 
February 12, 1894. 
February 27, 1894. 
March 2, 1894. 
March 10, 1894. 
March 27, 1894. 
March 31, 1894. 

April 4, 1894. 
April 17, 1894. * 
May 1, 1894. 

May 2, 1894. 
May 2, 1894. 
May 23, 1894. 
May 24, 1894. 
July 17,1894. 
August 18, 1894. 

August 31, 1894. 
September 1,1894. 
September 15, 1894. 
October 9, 1894. 

October 9, 1894. 
November 4, 1892. 
November 21,1892. 
December 6, 1892. 
December 6, 1892. 
December 29, 1892. 
January 2, 1893. 
January 3, 1893. 

January 5, 1893. 
January 14, 1893. 
January 30, 1893, 
February 1, 1893. 
Februarys, 1893. 
February 11, 1893. 

February 28, 1893. 
March 3, 1893. 
March 10,1893. 
March 11, 1893. 
March 18, 1893. 

March 21, 1893. 
March 22, 1893. 
March 25, 1893. 
April 11, 1893. 
April 14, 1893. 

April 17, 1893. 
April 17, 1893. 
April 18, 1893. 
April 28, 1893. 

April 29, 1893. 



108 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Milford Lumber Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Marion Steel and Iron Company— Articles of Incorporation .... 

Madison Wharf-boat Company— Articles of Association 

Montgomery Creek Natural Gas Company— Articles of Association . 

Muncie Electric Railway Company— Articles of Association 

Metropolitan Loan and Sarirgs Association of Goshen, Elkhart 
County, Indiana— Articles of Incorporation ■ •_ 

Maumee Pharmacal Company — Articles of Association 

Maxwell Brick Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Manufacturers' Gas Land Improvement Company — Articles of In- 
corporation 

Maple Grove Cemetery Association — Articles of Association . . . . 

Mays Katural Gas Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Muncie Co-operative Gas Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Manufacturers' Natural Gas Company— Amendment 

Model Flint Glass Company— Articles and Certificate of Incorpora- 
tion ... 

Muncie Glass Company— Ircrease Capital Stock 

Marion Hoop Company — i\rticles of incorporation 

Muncie Oil Company— Articles of Association 

Morgan County Agriculiural, Live Stock and Driving Association- 
Articles of Incorporation 

Minors' Protective Association— Articles of Incorporation 

Manufacturers' Pipe Line Company of Kokomo, Indiana— Articles 
of Incorporation _ 

Mechanics' Planing Mill Company— Articles of Association 

Moatpelier Lime Works — ."irticles of Association . . . . . . . 

Mutual Aid Society of the German Evangelical St. Paul Church— Ar- 
ticles of Incorporation ....... 

Marion Furniture Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Manuficturers' Fuel Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

Mishawaka Pad and Harness Company- Articles of Association . . . 

Munk & Roberts Furniture Company— Certificate of Incorporation. . 

Modes Glass Company — Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Munger Cycle Manufacturing Company— Articles of Association . . . 

Mercer & Brannum Company— Articles of Association 

Mercer Lumber Company— Articles of Association .... ... 

Mutual Building and Loan Association— Articles of Association . . . 

Mechanics' Building, Loan Fund and Savings Association— Increase 
Capital 5tock . . ... 

Middleton Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Middletown Improvement Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Maiion Gun CI b— Articles of Incorporation 

Monarch Grocery Company— Articles of Association 

Munday Rubber Company — Articles of Incorporation . -..._.... 

Marion Ice and Cold Storage Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

May Mantle and Tile Company— Articles of Association 

Marion Athletic Club— Articles of Association 

Magic City Canning Company-Certificate of Incorporation 

Milan Brick and Tile Company— Articles of Association 

Montpelier Sheet and Tin Plate Company— Aiticles of Association . . 

Mt. Pleasant Cemetery Association— Articles of Association . . . . 

Martinsville Electric Company— Articles of Association and Incor- 
poration . 

Mechanics' Mutual Savings and Loan Association— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Marengo Canning Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Murbarger Manufacturing Company— Certificate of Incorporation 
and Articles of Association 

Minnich Hardware and Furniture Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion .... 

Marion Hardware Company— Articles of Association .... ... 

Montgomery Lodge, No. 6, Loyal Order of Moose — Articles of Incor- 
poration _ 

Mutual Telephone Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Metropolitan Building and Loan Association— Articles of Association. 

Midland Steel Company— Increase Capital Stock 

Martinsville Gas Light and Fuel Company— Certificate of Incorpo- 
ration . 

Merchants' Infurance Company, of Indiana— Change of name from 
"Atlas Life Insurance Company " 

Montgomery Mercantile Company— Articles of Incorporation .... 

Mystic Club— Articles of Incorporation 

Miller Steam and Gas Generator Company (Limited)— Articles of As- 
sociation ' 



April 29, 1893. 
May 4, 1893. 
May 8, 1893. 
May 15, 1893. 
May 20, 1893. 

May 24, 1893. 
May 29, 1893. 
June 13,1893. 

June 17, 1893. 
July 6, 1893. 
July 12, 1893. 
August 19, 1893. 
October 12, 1893. 

October 19, 1893. 
October 23, 1893. 
October 30, 1893. 
November 8, 1893. 

November 13,1893. 
November 14, 1893. 

November 14, 1893. 
November 20, 1893. 
November 23, 1893. 

November 25, 1893. 
December 1, 1893. 
December 13, 1893. 
December 18, 1893. 
Dtcember28, 1893. 
December 29, 1893. 
January 10, 1894. 
January 15, 1894. 
January 15, 1894. 
February'3, 1894. 

February 16, 1894. 
February 21, 1894. 
February 27,1894. 
March 13, 1894. 
March 15, 1894. 
March 16, 1894. 
March 17, 1894. 
March 23. 1894. 
April 5, 1894. 
April 9, 1894. 
April 14, 1894. 
April 19, 1894. 
April 24, 1894. 

April 25, 1894. 

April 27. 1894. 
May 2, 1894. 

May 7, 1894. 

May 12, 1894. 
June 7, 1894. 

June 12,1894. 
July 3, 1894. 
Julys, 1894. 
July 19, 1894. 

July 31, 1894. 

August 17, 1894. 
August 28, 1894. 
September 11, 1894. 

September 17, 1894. 



109 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Merchants' Mutual Telephone Company, of Michigan City, Indiana- 
Articles of Ass-oeiation .... ■ . 

Middletown Savings and Loan Association, of Middletown, Henry 
Coaniy, Indiana— Articles 01 Incorporation 

Marion Printing and Publishing Coaipany— Articles of Association. 

McCune-Malott Company— Articles of Associatiin 

McCarty Street Saving and Loan Association, No. 2— Articles of As- 
sociation . .... 

McDonell & Wood Box and Building Supply Company— Statement 
of Incorporation 

MeNamara-Koster Foundry— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

McElfresh & Craumer Flint Bottle Company- Articles of Association. 

Niles Natural tjas Company— Articles of Association . 

National Drill Company of Dublin, Wayne Co., Ind.— Certificate of 
IncorporRtion 

National Brotherhood of Soldiers— Articles of Association 

New Agricultural Publishing Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

Nail & fsaacs Publishing Co., of Evansville, Ind.— Articles of Incor- 
poration . 

National Hoop Company— Articles of Incorporation . . ...... 

Nameless Creek Natural Gas Company — Articles of Incorporation . . 

New York store Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Noble County Loan and Savings Association— Articles of Irjcorpora- 
tion .... 

North Manchester Canning Company— Articles of Association . 

Northern Indiana Oil Company— Increase Capital Stock 

North Muncie Improvement Co. o* Royerton, Delaware County, 
Ind., U. S. A.— Certificate of Incorporation 

New Albany Charity Society— Articles of Incorporation 

North Vernon Building and Savings Association of North Vernon, 
Indiana— Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Noblesville Manufacturing and Repair Company— Articles of Incor- 
poration .... ... 

National Sheepuran Company— Articles of Incorporation 

National Metallic Prcket Fastener Company of Logansport, Ind, — 
Articles of Association - - 

New Goshen Pulley Company— Articles of Association ._ 

Noble Manufacturing Company — Articles of Incorporation 

New Vienna Medicine Company — Certificate of Incorporation .... 

North Main Street Gas Company of Carthage— Articles of Incorpo- 
ration . . . ... 

North Marion Gas Co. of Marion, Indiana— Articles of Association . 

National Trust Fund Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . . . . 

Noblesville Gas and Improvement Company— Increase Capital Stock 

National Detective Publishing Company— Articles of Association. . 

Novelty Electric Man ufd during Company — Articles of Incorporation 

National Collection Agency — Articles of Association . . 

Northwestern Farm Investment Company — Supplemental Certificate 
of Incorporation . . .... 

Noblesville Telephone Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Noblesville Canning Company— Articles of Association ....... 

Nappanee Shoe Supply Company — Articles of Incorporation 

National Advertising Bureau— Articles of Incorporation 

Newton County Loan and Savings Association of Indiana— Articles 
of Incorporation 

National Brass and Machine Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

Nappanee Canning Co.— Articles ot Incorporation 

Natiorial Furniture and Manufacturing Co. of Albany, Indiana — 

Articles of Association .... 

NevT Currysville Coal Company— Articles of Incorporation .... 

National Ice Saving Company— Articles of Incorporation 

National Tin Plate Company — Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

NatiT)nal Paper and Supply Company — Articles of Association . . . . 
National Detective Bureau of Indianapolis, Indiana— Articles of 

Association . . . 

Oakland City Coal and Mining Company— Articles of Association . . 
Oakland City General Baptist College — Articles of Incorporation . . 
Oak Hill Saving and Loan Association- Change of Name to The Oak 

Hill Saving and Loan Association . . 

Oak Hill Saving and Loan Association— Amended Articles of Asso- 
ciation . . . 

Oil City Building, Loan and Saving Association— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Opera Toilet Company— Articles of Incorporation 



September 21, 1894. 

October 2, 189^. 
Octobf-rSl, 1894. 
Novembers, 1892. 

May 15, 1893. 

March 28, 1894. 
April 6, 1894. 
October 12, 1894. 
November 30, 1892. 

Decembers, 1892. 
December 12, 1892. 
December 20, 1892.. 

January 2,1893, 
January 16, 189.3. 
February 1-^, 1893.. 
February 13, 1893. 

February 16, 1893. 
February 20, 1893. 
March 16, 1893. 

March 21, 1893. 
March 29, 1893. 

March 31, 1893. 

April 4, 1893. 
April 19, 1893. 

April 20, 1893. 
September 11, 1893. 
Sei-tember 16, 1893. 
September 22, 1893. 

September 28. 1893. 
October 18, 1893. 
October 19. 1893. 
November 21, 1893. 
December 4, 1893. 
Decembers, 1893. 
December 7, 1893. 

February 20, 1894. 
March 9, 1894. 
April 9, 1894. 
April 14, 1894. 
April 25, 1894. 

April 30. 1894.. 
May 2, 1894. 
June 4, 1894. 

June 29, 1894. 
July 18, 1894. 
August 8, 1894. 
September 29, 1894. 
October 9, 1894. 

October 24, 1894. 
Novemb r 2, 1892. 
December 27, 1892.. 

January 16, 1893. 

January 16, 1893. 

February 9, 1893^ 
March 23, 1893, 



110 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Oakland City Building, Loan Fund and Saving Association — Increase 
Capital Stock . . . 

Ohio Window-Glass Co. of Arcadia, Indiana— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion - 

Optimus Dental Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Oak Hill Coal and Mining Company -Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Ossian Brick Manufacturing Company— Articles of Association . . . 

Optimus Dental Company— Certificate of Dissolution 

Oak Park Land Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Orient Savings and Loan Association— Articles of Association . . . . 

Ohio Fence Company— Certificate of Stockholders 

0. M. C'ckrum Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Oak Hill Cemetery Company— Articles of Association 

Original I] and I Dancing Circle — Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Old Fort Spice and Extract Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

O'Brien and Mills— Articles of Incorporation 

Oxford Building and Loan Association— Articles of Association . . . 

Old Adams County Bank— Articles of Association 

Old Adams County Bank— Certificate Paid-up Capital Stock 

Octagonal Churn Company— Articles of Association 

Peru Hjlectric Manufacturing Company— Articles of Association . . 

Paul Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Polar Ice Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Petersburg Electric Light, Power and Water Works Company— Ai ti- 
des of Incorporation 

Petersburg Electric Light, Power and Water Works Company- 
Amended Articles 

Progress Club of Evansville, Indiana— Articles of Association . . 

Provident Association of Indianapolis, Indiana, Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Paul Keising Brewing Company— Certificate of Incorporation . . . . 

Pennsylvania Glass (.'ompany — Increase Capital i;tock 

Portland " D " Handle Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incor- 
poration ... 

Pine Lake Assembly— Articles of Association ... 

P. H. and F. M. Roots Company— Certificate of Incorporation . 

Pierceville Oil and Gas Company — Articles of Association 

Pepsin Cereal Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Phenix Loan Association— Increase Capital Steck 

Pastime Athletic Club— Articles of Incorporation 

Pungo-Secone Tribe, No. 163, Improved Order of Red Men— Articles 
of Incorporation ' 

Personal Property Saving and Loan Association— Articles of Asso- 
ciation .... 

People's Savings and Loan Association No. 5, of Indianapolis — Arti- 
cles of Association 

Port Nelson Natural Gas Company— Articles of Association .... 

Plymouth Institute Company— Articles of Association 

Philip Zorn Brewing Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Plainville Memorial Hall Association— Articles of Association . . . 

Progressive Endowment Guild of America— Copy Act of Incorpora- 



tion 



Parke Bank— .'Articles of Association 

Phoenix Flour Mills — Articles of Incorporation 

Pawhuska Tribe, No, 122, Improved Order of Red Men of the Grand 
Jurisdiction of Indiana, at Riley, County of Vigo, State of Indi- 
ana—Certificate of Incorporation 

Perry Matthews and Buskirk Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

Peabody Buggy Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Pythian Building Company, Chrisney, Indiana— Articles of Incor- 
porntion . . • - 

Park Land and Improvement— Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Pyrmount Milling Company— Articles of Association and Incorpo- 
ration • 

Progress Oil and Gas Company— Articles of Association 

Progress Oil and Gas Company— Increase Capital Stock 

Prospect Hill Coal Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Prairie City Building, Loan Fund and Savings Association, No. 11— 
Articles of Association 

Princeton Light and Power Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Progress Oil Burner Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Parisian Cloak Company — Certificate of Dissolution .... 

Provident Savings Association of New Albany— Certificate of Incor- 
poration ... 

Philadelphia Land Company— Articles of Incorporation 



March 23, 1893. 

April 22, 1893. 
April 24. 1893. 
May27, ^93. 
June 1, 1893. 
June 22, 1893. 
August 9, 1893. 
September 28, 1893. 
November 10, 1893. 
November 15, 189.3. 
November 17, 1893. 
February 19. 1894. 
March 10, 1894. 
May 15, 1894. 
June 30, 1894. 
July 26, 1894. 
August 4, 1894. 
September 13,1894. 
November 2, 1892. 
November 21, 1892. 
December 17, 1892. 

December 30, 1892. 

January 6, 1893. 
January 12, 1893. 



January 12, 1893. 
January 24, 1893. 
January 27, 1893. 

February 11,1893. 
March 1, 1893. 
March 8, ls93. 
March 17, 1893; 
March 20, 1893. 
April 5, 1893. 
April 22, 1893. 

May 1, 1893. 

May 6, 1893. 

Mav 11, 1893. 
June 5, 1893. 
June 17, 1893. 
June 21, 1893. 
June 24, 1893. 

June 27, 1893. 
June 30, 1893. 
July 12, 1893. 



July 15, 1893. 
July 19, 1893. 
August 12, 1893. 

September 2, 1893. 
September 15, 1893. 

September 20, 1893. 
September 29, 1893. 
October 24, 1893, 
October 31, 1893. 

November 16, 1893. 
November 29. 1893. 
January 16, 1894. 
January 18, 1894. 

January 22, 1894. 
January 24, 1894. 



Ill 



AKTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Progress Club— Articles of Incorporation 

Pottawatimie Club— Articles of Incorporation 

Peace Association of Friends in America— Articles of Incorporation 

Protective Insurance Company--Artieles of Association 

Pullman Piano Company- -Certificite of Incorporation . . . . . 

Pink Shoe Manufacturing- Company— Articles of Association .... 

Porter Iron Roofing Company- Articles of Association . . . . 

People's Building, Loan Fund and Savings Association of Oakland 
City, Indiana, Series Two— Articles of Incorporation . ... • • •, 

Porter Land and Manufacturing Company— Articles of Association . 

Philomathic Society ol the Central Normal College— Articles of In- 
corporation ■ . . 

Parsons & Scoville Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Pike County Bank of Petersburg— Articles of Association 

Pendleton Loan Association — Increase Capital StocL; . . 

Phrenix Building and Savings Union- Articles of Association .... 

Portland Water Works — Articles of Incorporation ... 

Paoli Water Works Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Plymouth Cycle Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

Pike County State- Bank of Petersburg, Indiana — Certificate 50 1' 
Paid-up Capital Stock .... 

Phoenix National Telephone Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Quick City Glass Lamp Chimney Works — Articles of Incorporation . 

Quick City iJlass Company- Certific \te and Articles of Association . 

Quaker City Baking Powaer Company— Articles of Association . . . 

Revere Lodge, Wo. 374, K. of P.— Certificate of Incorporation .... 

Reeves Pulley Company— Increase Capital Stock 

Royal League of Friendship— Articles of Incorporation 

Reeves & Co.— Increase Capital Stock 

Rockport Milling Company— Articles of Association 

Richmond Publishing Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Rochester Natural Gas Company— Articles ol Association and Incor- 
poration . . • 

Roachdale Public Hall Association— Articles of Association 

Rumbarger Live Stock Company— Change of Name from Rumbarger- 
Welch Live Stock Company . . 

Royal Center Canning Association— Certificate of Incorporation . . 

Rhodes-Cardwell Furniture Company- Articles of Incorporation . . 

Roots & Co.— Certificate of Incorporation 

Rolling Mill Land Company— Articles of Associatien ........ 

Rushville Furniture Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Rural Gas and Oil Company— Articles of Association 

Riddle Grocery Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Ripley County Bank— Increase Capital Stock 

Richmond Light, Heat and Power Company— Certificate of Incorpor- 
ation . . 

Richmond Desk Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

Railroad Y. M. C. A.— Certificate of Incorporation 

Riddle-Hamilton Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

Rockingham Mica and Mining Company— .'Articles of Association . . 

Red Key Citizens' Natural Gas, Light, Fuel and Petroleum Com- 
pany — Articles of Association . • -. 

Riverside Natural Gas Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Rehm it Van Deinse— Articles of Incorporation 

Romney Stock Farm Company— Articles of Association 

Republican iNews Company— Articles of Association 

Rushville Co-operative Telephone Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion . 

Pt. P. Moore Milling Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Rushville Land and Lumber Company— Articles of Association . . . 

Root Manufacturing Company—Articles of Association 

Ridgeville College -Articles of Association . . . 

Ramson & Root Lumber Company— Reduction Capitial Stock .... 

Rockport Water Works Company — Certificate of Extension 

Springfield Foundry Company— Articles of Incorporation ...... 

South Chicago City Railway Company — Articles of Association . . . 

Spencer Lodge, K. of P., No. 370— Certificate of Incorporation . . . 

Southern Spoke and Rim Company— Articles of Association 

Spring Grain Drill Manufacturing Company— Articles of Association 

South Bend Construction ami Improvement Company— Articles of 
Incorporation 

Stanford Veterinary College— Articles of Incorporation 

State Bank of Indiana— Articles of Association 

Standard Stone Company— Articles of Incorporation 



January 26, 1894. 
February 9. 1894. 
March 3, 1894. 
March 3, 1894. 
April 14, 1894. 
April 16, 1894. 
May 9, 1894. 

May 15, 1894. 
May 25, 1894. 

June 30, 1894. 
Julys, 1894. 
July26, 1S94. 
August 15, 1894. 
August .30, 1894. 
September 19, 1894. 
September 21,1894. 

October 11, 1894. 

October 17, 1894. 
October 24, 1894. 
March 24, 1893. 
February 21, 1894, ' 
March 27, 1894. 
December 20, 1892. 
January 9, 1893. 
January 25, 1893. 
February 9, 1893. 
February 21, 1893. 
March 7, 1893. 

March 9, 1893. 
March 14, 1893. 

March 24, 1893. 
March 25, 1893. 
April 11, 1893. 
April 12, 1893. 
April 21, 1893. 
April 22, 1893. 
May 15, 1893. 
May 31, 1893. 
June 6, 1893. 

June 19, 1893. 
August 17, 1893. 
September 13, 1893. 
September 19, 1893. 
October 5, 1893. 

October 24, 1893. 
December 30, 1893. 
January 5, 1894. 
January 8, 1894. 
January 23, 1894. 

April 11, 1894. 
May 17, 1894. 
May 19, 1894. 
June 15, 1894. 
June 27, 1891. 
July 19, 1894. 
October 22, 1894. 
November 5, 1892. 
November 9, 1892. 
November 12, 1892. 
November 12, 1892, 
December 5, 1892. 

December 13, 1892. 
December 24, 1892. 
December 29, 1892. 
December 30, 1892. 



112 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



State Bank of Indiana — Oertific;)te Paid-up Stock 

Stearns Windmill Company— Artie es of Incorporation 

South Park Land Company— Articies of Atsociation 

Star Milling- (;omr'any—Increa,«ed Capital Stock 

Steadman's Foundry and Machine Works— Certificate of Incorpora- 
ti jn . . . . 

Spencer Land Company — Articles of Association 

Saltillo Stone and Lime Company — Articles of Incorporation _. . . . 

Southern Indiana Mutual Building, Saviogs and Loan Association- 
Articles of Association . '. . . .« 

South Whitley Natural Gas and Oil Company— Articles of Associa- 
tion ... ... 

Scott Notion Company— Articles of Association . . . . 

Security Sarines and Loan Association of Indianapolis, Ind.— Arti- 
cles ot Association . . . 

Superior Coal Company— Articles of Incorporation 

St. Paul Stone Quarries Company — Articles of Association 

Sobieski Building and Loan Association — Articles ot Association . . 

Swayzee Brick Company — Articles of Incorporation 

State Building and Loan Association of Indiana— Articles of Incor- 
poration . . 

Saltillo Building and Investment Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion . . . . 

Star Stone Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Shoals Savings and Loan Association — Increase Capital Stock . . . . 

Standard Savings and Loan Association — Articles of Association . - 

Self-Heating Washing Machine Company— Certificate of Incorpora- 
tion . 

Starr Piano Company— Cartificate of Incorporation ... 

Sola Ai i Association of South Bend— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Stite Bank of Veedersburg, Indiana— Articles of Association and 
Incorporation . . . 

Safe-Deposit Savings and Loan Association- Articles of Association 

Stratman Hardware and Builders' Supply Co— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion ■ . . . 

St. Joseph Valley Bank— Increase Capital Stock 

Supreme Council Knights ot Columbus of North America— Articles 
of Incorporation .... 

State Bank of Lowell, Indiana— Articles of Association 

Shorthand Training School — Articles of Inc )rpor.ition . , 

State Bank of Veedersburg, Indiana— Certificate Paid-up Capital 
Stock ... ... 

Scientific Press Association of North America — Articles of Incor- 
poration ... . . 

South Msridian Saving and Loan Association No. 3— Articles of Asso- 
ciation ^ . ■ ■ 

Springport and Mount Summit Gas Company — Articles of Incorpora- 
tion ... 

Salem Co-operative Association— Articles of Incorporation 

Snow, Chur.h & Company— Articles oi Incorporation 

Shadeland Stock Company — .Article.^ of Associ tion 

Saratosra Oil and Gas Company — Articles of Association 

South Linton Coal Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Southside Turnverein — Articles of Incorporation 

Summit Lodge. No. 350, Knights of Pythiiis- Articles of Incorporation 

Seeger's Transfer and Livery Company— Arti'^lis f.f As.=ociation _. 

Standard C;ibinet Manufacturing (^ompany — Articles of Association 

Supreme Pribe o* Ben-Hur — Articles of Incorporation 

Summerville Building, Loan and Investment Company — Articles of 
Incorporation . . ... . . 

Shields Manufacturing Co. — Articles of Incorporation 

Sweetser Mining Company— Articles of Association 

S. W. Little Coal Company — Certificate ot Incorporation 

Springport Land Company— Articles of Association . 

Societa Itxliana di Mutuo Benetieenza Umberto 1, of Indianapolis, 
In dnna — Articles of Association 

Seymour Commercial Club Articles of Association 

St. .Johns Creamery.Company — Arlicles of Incorporation . • • •. 

Springer Autom itic Thrasher Company — Articles of Incorporation . 

South Bend Land Improvement Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Sullivan Cloak and Suit Co.— Articles of Association and Cert, of 
Dissolution 

Stone City Saving and Loan Association- Articles of Incorporation 

Steam Press Brickmakers' Union— Arrioles of Incorporation . . . 

Summitville Magnetic Water Co.— Articles of Incorporation .... 



January 2, 1893. 
January 19, 1893. 
January 24, 1893. 
January 30, 1893. 

January 30, 1893. 
February 4, 1893. 
February 7, 1893. 

February 8, 1893. 

February 9. 1893. 
February 16, 1893. 

February 23, 1893. 
February 27, 1893. 
xM arch 16, 1893. 
March 2i, 1893. 
March 25, 1893. 

March 27, 1893. 

March 27, 1893. 
March 30, 1893. 
April 1,1893. 
April 4, 1893. 

April 8, 1893. 
April 12, 1893. 
April 18, 1893. 

April 24, 1893. 
April 25, 1893. 

April 26, 1893. 
May 24, 1893. 

May 27, 1893. 
June 10, 1893. 
June 14, 1893. 

June 22, 1893. 

July 14, 1893. 

August 8, 1893. 

August 14, 1893. 
September 6, 1893. 
September 7, 1893. 
September 20, 1893. 
October 6, 1893. 
October 10. 1893. 
November 28, 1893. 
Dec?mber 16, 1893. 
December 18, 1893. 
December 18. 1893. 
January 9, 1894. 

January 20 1894. 
January 22, 1894. 
January 25, 1894. 
February 2, 1894. 
February 5, 1894. 

Februarys, 1894. 
February 15, 1894. 
February 26, 1894. 
March 1,1894. 
March 1, 1891. 

March 7. 1894. 
March 7, 1894. 
March 13, 1894. 
March 19, 1894. 



113 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OP COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



State Bank of Otter'oein— Articles of Incorporation 

State House Building Association— Articles of Association 

Syndicate Press— Arciclt'S of Incorporation 

St. Joe Lodge, No. 400, Knights of Pythias— Articles of Incorporation 

Standard Miaeral Fiber Company— Articles of incorporation .... 

State House Dime Association— Articles of Association 

Stir Ciry Brick Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

Safety Deposit Company of Terre Haute, Indiana— Articles of Incor- 
poration ... . . 

■St. J of-eph Paving and Sewer Co.— Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

State House Buildiog Association— Change of name from "New Peo- 
ple's Savings Associat'on" 

Standard Range Company— Articles of Associition . . _ 

St. Franziscus D. R.K. 'Jnterstutzungs Vereins— Articles of Associ- 
ation . ... .... 

State Building aud Loan Association of Indiana— Increase Capital 
Stock ... ... .... 

Superior Home of the Order of the Light of the Ages— Articles of In- 
corijoration ... _ 

Sheldon, Foster Griass Company -Artic'es of Association 

Silver Creek Canning Company— Articles of incorporation 

Speeder Cycle Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

Summitville Glass Company— Articles of Association ......... 

Shedville Natural Wws and Oil Company— Articles ot Incorporation . 

State House Dime Association— Resolution and Increase Capital Stock 

Supreme Legion of American CenturiAns— Articles of Incorporation 

Sherry Cemetery Associntion-Articles of Association 

State Life Insurance Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Seller- Kessen-t^eeger Company— Articles of Association • .... 

Schiller Mutual Aid and Beneut Association of Indiana— Articles of 
Association . . 

Smith Credit Rating Compmy— Articles of Association 

Shelbyville Cabinet Company — Increase Capital Stock ... 

South Si le Republican Home— Articles of AssociatioQ 

Supreme Senate Independent Essences of the World— Articles of In- 
corporation ... 

Terre Haute Carriage and Buggy Company— Increase Capital Stock . 

Terre Haute Abatt jir and Stock Yards Company— Cert ficate of In- 
corporation . . . . ... 

Travers & Webber Dramatic Association — Articles of Association . . 

Tell City Excelsior Company— Articles of Association . . 

Terre Haute Laundering and Dyeing Company— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Times and News Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Terre Haute Stone Works Company— Articles of Association . . 

"Teutonia" ot Evansville, Indiana— Articles of Association . . . . 

Travis Carter Compaoy — Articles of Association 

Thompson's Glass Company— Articles of Association . . 

Teutonia Building, Loan and Savings Association — Articles of In- 
corporation . _ 

Tippecanoe Lumber Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Tri-State Building and Loan Association — Increase Capital Stock 

Terre Haute Bai bossing Machine Company-Articles of Associa- 
tion . . 

Taylor University of Upland— .Articles of A.-'sociation 

"Purner Zephyr Stove Company — Articles of Incorporation ._. . . . 

Triumph Manufacturing Company— Certificate of Incorporation . . 

Terra Cotta Fence Post Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Terhune & Kirkland Natural Gas and Oil Company — Articles of As- 
sociation . . ... 

Torry Coal and Mining Company — Certificate and Articles of Asso- 
ciation . ... 

Tell City Social Turn-Verein— Articles of Incorporation 

Taylorsville Hall Company — Articles of Association . 

Terre Haute Trotting Association — Articles of Association and In- 
corpora ion ... . 

Tuc-a-Paw Tailoring Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Terre Haute Trust Company-Articles of Incorporation 

Torrey Coal and Mining Company— Change of Name from "Torry 
Coal and Mininsr Company " 

Tipton Water Works Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Tuxedo Club of Elkart, Indi.ina— Articles of Incorporation 

Ton-Ka-Beanr Tribe of Indiana— Constitution ^ 

Terre H.iute Buggy Building Company— Articles of Association . . . 

Terre Haute Electric Railway Company— Articles of Association . . 

8 — Sec. of State. 



Aprils, 1894. 
April 9, 1894. 
April 10, 1891. 
April 17, 1894. 
April 19, 1894. 
April 30, 1894. 
May 3, 1891. 

May 10, 1894. 
May 10, 1894. 

May 19, 1894. 
May 19, 1894. 

May 29, 1894. 

June 14, 1894. 

June 26, 1894. 
July 11,1894. 
July 12, 1894. 
July 19, 1894. 
July 21, 1894. 
August 17, 1894. 
August 2-5, 1894. 
Auguft27, 1894. 
August 3i. 1894. 
Stptembtr5, 1894. 
September 6, 18941 

September 15, 1894. 
September 19, 1894. 
September 21. 1894. 
Oct.ber 19,1894. 

October 23, 1894. 
November 14, 1892. 

November 16, 1892. 
November 26, 1892. 
November 30, 1892. 

January 4. 1893. 
January 30, 1893. 
February 13, 1893. 
February 14, 1893. 
February 18, 1893. 
March 7, 1S93. 

March 30, 1893. 
April 26, 1893. 
May 4, 1893. 

Junes, 1893. 
July 29, 1893. 
August 12, 1893. 
September 5, 1893. 
October z7, 1893. 

November 13, 1893. 

November 18, 1893. 
November 24, 1893. 
December 28, 1893. 

January 27, 1894 
February 10, 1894. 
March 23, 1894. 

April 4, 1894. 
April 10, 1894. 
April 24, 1894. 
May 3. 1894. 
May 17, 1894. 
June 4, 1894. . 



114 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Tipton Water Works Company— Reduction Capital Stock 

Turner Building and Saving Associaiion No. 2 of Indianapolis, In- 
diana— OoDStitutional Amendments ... 

Tippecanoe Building Association — Articles of Association 

Tipton Land Company— Reduction Capital Stock .- • • 

Terre Haute Brick and Pipe Company — Articles of Incorporation . . 

Terre Haute and Brazil Electric Kailway Company— Articles of As- 
sociation . . 

United States Camera Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Union Transfer and Storage Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Union Cemetery — Articles of Association 

University Park Land Company— Artic!e<! of Incorporation . • ..■ ■ 

Ulrich Harness Manufacturing Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Union Savings Company — Articles of Association _ _ 

U. S. Breeding and Stock Exchange Association of Princeton, Indi- 
ana — Art. cles of Incorporation ...._.;,. 

Union Land and Improvement Company — Articles of Association . 

Union Trust Company of Indianapolis— Articles of Association . . . 

Union Building Association — Articles of Association 

Union National Savings and Loan Association — Increase Capital 
stock . . . - ... ■ . 

Upland Building and Improvement Company— Articles of Associa- 
tion ... . . . . . 

Universal Social Club--Articles of Incorporation . 

Union Cemetery Association — Articles of Incorporation 

U and I Dancing Circle — Articles of Association 

Ulrich Harness Manufacturing Company— Increase Capital Stock . . 

Union State Bank— Articles of Incorporation 

Union Trust Company of Indianapolis, Indiana — Amendment . . . 

United Oil Company of Marion, Indiana— Articles of Association 
and Incorporation • 

Underwood Canning Company (Limited) — Articles of Incorporation 

United States Building and Loan Institution — Articles of Association 

Union Building, Loan and Savings Association of Chalmers, Indi- 
ana — Articles ot Association ... 

Vincennes Post Printing and Publishing Company— Articles of In- 
corporation . . _ 

Vanderburgh Land Company — Articles of Association 

Vincennes Plaster Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Virginia Avenue Building and Loan Association — Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Versailles Bank - Increase Capital Stock 

VanCamp Hardware and Iron Company— Articles of Association . . . 

Vincennes Spoke and Manufacturing Company— Articles of Associa- 



tion 



Valparaiso Manufacturing Company— Articles of Association , . . 
VanCamp Hardware and Iron Company — Amended Articles . ... 

Vigo County Coal Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Veazey Improved Chloride of Gold Cure Company, of Aurora, Indi- 
ana— Articles of Association 

Villiers Manufacturing Company— Certificate of Incorporation . . 
Vigo Ice and Cold Storage Company — Articles of Association . . . . 
Wilkin Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation .... 

Washington Milling Company— Articles of Incorporation , 

Webber- Johnson Company — Articles of Incorporation , 

W. S. Budd Ice Company, of Indianapolis — Articles of Association. . 

Wayne Knitting Mills -Increase Capital Stock 

Western Oil Pump Company — Articles of Incorporation 

West Alexandria Land and Gas Company — Articles of Association. . 
Worley-Reifsnider Milling Company— Certificate of Incorporation . . 
West Lafayette Building and Loan Association— Articles of Associa- 



tion 



Western Chemical Company— Amended Articles . 

W. L. Abbott Manufacturing Company— Certificate of Incorporation. 

Welsh Brothers Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Webber Hardware Company— Articles of Association 

Winche.-ter Oil Company — Articles of Association , 

Wabash Manufacturing and Lumber Company- Articles of Incorpo- 
ration ..... 

West Muncie Straw Board Company— Articles of Association ._. . . . 
Wabash Township Gas and Oil Company— Articles of Association . . 

Wood Drug Company — Articles of Incorporation 

West Muncie Blue Stone Company — Articles of Association 

Walker Natural Gas and Oil Company— Articles of Association . . 
Waynetown Oil and Gas Company — Articles of Association 



June 22, 1894. 

June 23, 1891. 
July 11,1891. 
August 28, 1891. 
September 12, 1894. 

October 20, 1894. 
January 9. 1893. 
January 16, 1893. 
January 26, 1893. 
March 9, 1893. 
April 14, 1893. 
April 22, 1893. 

April 22, 1893. 
April 2.5, 1893. 
June 9, 1893. 
June 26, 1893. 

July 3, 1893. 

July 22, 1893. 
August 24, 1893. 
December 11, 1893. 
February 16, 1894. 
April 19, 1894. 
May 22, 1894. 
July 3, 1894. 

August 7, 1891. 
August?, 1894. 
August 14, 1894. 

September 10, 1894. 

November 3, 1892. 
November 14, 1892. 
December 29, 1892. 

January 3, 1893. 
March 8, 1893. 
August 1, 1893. 

September 9, 1893. 
March 1, 1894. 
March 6, 1894. 
June 4, 1894. 

June 16, 1894. 
June 21,1894. 
July 7, 1891. 
November 5, 1892. 
November 21, 1892. 
November 23, 1892. 
December 10, 1892. 
December 14, 1892. 
December 21, 1892. 
December 27, 1892. 
December 29, 1892. 

December 31, 1892. 
January 10, 1893. 
January 13, 1893. 
January 21, 1893. 
January 23, 1893. 
January 24, 1893. 

January 30, 1893. 
February 3, 1893. 
February 7, 1893. 
February 9, 1893. 
February 21, 1893. 
February 27, 1893. 
March 7, 1893. 



115 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filkd. 



Washington Investment Company, of Hammond, Indiana— Articles 
of Association . 

"Washington Glass Company— Articles of Incorporation 

"Willman Lumber Company— Articles of Association 

Westfield Table Company— Articles of Association 

Williamsport t>tHte Bank— Articles of Association . . . . 

Wabash Soap and Chemical Company — Articles of Incorporation. . . 

Wyandott Club— Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Wabash Levee and Dike Company— Dissolution 

Wells County Canning Company— Articles of Association 

Workingmen's Building and Loan Association — Articles of Incorpo- 
ration 

Western Chemical Company — Increase Capital Stock 

White Water Glass Beveling and Mirror Company — Articles of Asso- 
ciation . . 

West Jackson Hill Coal Mining and Transport Company — Certificate 
©f Incorporation . 

Wabash Land and Mining Company — Articles of Association 

Whitley County Building and Loan Association— Articles of Incor- 
poration . . 

Williamsport Stone Company -Articles of Association 

Woodburry Glass Company— Articles of Association 

Windlall Creamery Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Wabash Lumber Company— Articles of Association , 

Whiteley Malleable Castings Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Worthington Investment Company — Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Walters- Raupter Brewing Company— Certificate of Incorporation . . 

Windfall Land and Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorpo- 
ration ... ... 

Western Dredging and Improvement Company— Increase Capital 
Stock 

Workingmen's Benevolent Association— Articles of Association . . . 

Washington National Loan Association — Articles of Incorporation. . 

Whiting Lodge, No. 348. K. of P— Certificate of Incorporation ... 

Wayne National Building and Loan Association — Articles of Asso- 
ciation . ... . 

Waidlich Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation. . . . 

Wells, Yeager, Best Company— Articles of Association 

Wallace Bros.' Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Wabash Mining Company— Articles of Apsociatinn 

Walnut Level Natural Gas Company— Articles of Association . . . . 

Wabash Valley Loan and Savings Association — Articles of Incor- 
poration ... . 

Wayne National BuildingandLoan Association of Indiana — Increase 
Capital Stock . . . . 

Worthington Building Association- Articles of Association 

Windfall Canning and Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Wild Cat Oil Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Ward Furniture Company-Articles of Association 

West Side Republican Club, Richmond, Indiana— Articles of Asso- 
ciation. 

West End Building and Loan Association — Articles of Incorporation 

Wakarusa Mill and Elevator Company — Articles of Incorporation . . 

Wayne Castle, No. 2, Knights of the Golden Eagle— Articles of Incor- 
poration . 

Wayne Joint Stock Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Western Association of Writers — Articles of Association 

Western Branch Commercial Gaslight and Fuel Company— Certificate 
of Incorporation. ... ... ... 

White River Iron and Steel Works of Muncie, Indiana— Certificate . 

White River Iron and Steel Works — Articles of Association 

W. H. White Lumber Company— Articles of Association 

Wetherald Rolling Mill Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Washington Street Railway Company— Articles of Incorporation. . . 

Winters Lumber Company— Articles of Association 

Walhalla Mining Company— Articles of Incorporation . ...... 

Wayne County, Indiana, Humane Society— Articles of Incorporation 

Woman's League Club of Fort Wayne, Indiana— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Weod and Hrown Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorpo- 
ration 

W.H. Kiblinger Company— Organization Certificate 

Wabash Valley Loan and Savings Association— Increase Capital 
Stock 



March 17, 1893. 
March 28, 1893. 
March 29, 1893. 
March 31, 1893. 
Ajiril 8, 1893. 
April 10, 1893. 
April 17, 1893. 
April 18, 1893. 
April 20, 1893. 

May 1, 1893. 
May 4, 1893. 

May 4, 1893. 

May 9, 1893. 
May 10, 1893. 

May 13, 1893. 
May 18, 1893. 
May 27, 1893. 
May 29, 1893. 
June 16, 1893. 
June 17, 1893. 
July 6, 1893. 
July 13, 1893. 

July 14, 1893. 

Augusts, 1893. 
August 28, 1893. 
Septembers, 1893. 
September 30, 1893. 

October 25, 1893. 
November 6, 1893. 
December 30, 1893. 
January 4. 1^94. 
Janu(ry22, 1894. 
February 5, 1894. 

March 1, 1894. 

March 8, 1894. 
March 9, 1891. 

March 20, 1894. 
March 30, 1894. 
April 10, 1894. 

April 12, 1894. 
April 23, 1894. 
May 19, 1894. 

May 31, 1894. 
June 7, 1894. 
June 8, 1894. 

June 16, 1884. 
June 20, 1894. 
June 20, 1894. 
June 26, 1894. 
July 7, 1894. 
July 18, 1894. 
July 31, 1894. 
August 2, 1894. 
September 25, 1894. 

October 1, 1894. 

October 2, 1894. 
October 10, 1894. 

October 19, 1894. 



116 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Wysor Land Company— Articles of Association 

Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary Society of Northern Indiana 
of the General Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in the 
United States— Certificate of Incorporation 

Wesleyan Campmeeting Association of Indiana— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Young Men's Christian Association of Terra Haute — Articles of In- 
corporation * 

Young Men's Christian Association of Indianapolis, Indiana— Certifi- 
cate of Acceptance 

Young Business Men's Club— Articles of Incorporation 

Young Men's Christian Association of New Albany, Indiana— Cer- 
tificate of Acceptance ... 

Young People's Paper Association of Elkhart, Indiana— Articles of 
Incorporation 

Young Men's Society for Savings— Increase Capital Stock 

Yellow Hammer Gas and Oil Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 



October 23, 1894. 

October 23, 1894. 

October 25, 1894. 

December 29, 1892. 

March 23, 1893. 
November 22, 1893. 

December 29, 1893. 

March 28. 1894. 
June 9, 1894. 
June 13, 1894. 



117 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



ADAMS COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 






December 27, 1892. 




Decatur 


January 10, 1893. 




January 31, 1893. 


J. W, Teeple 

Clark J Lutz 


Decatur 


April 11, 1893. 
April 13, 1893. 


Edward F. Coffee 

C M King - . 


Decatur 


May 11, 1893. 
May 11, 1893. 






June 27, 1893. 




Decatur 

Decatur 


Octobers, 1893. 




November 11,1893, 






January, 1894. 




Decatur 


January 29, 1894. 


Q-. W. Peterson . 


February 7, 1894. 






March 15, 1894. 




Decatur 


June 20, 1894. 




June 26, 1894. 


W.H. Reed 


Decatur 


September 4, 1894. 




September 7,1894. 


David E Studebaker 




Octeber 17, 1894. 




Bristol 


October 27, 1^94. 







ALLEN COUNTY. 



Wilson D. Anderson , . 

E. V.Emriek 

Geo. E. Miner . . . . 
Rosa Rodabaugh . . . 
Henry A.Miller - . . . 
Catherine Ritter . . . 
Homer P. Moses . . . . 
Frederick Haiber . . . 
Louis J. Babilya . . . . 
Geo. K. Torrence . . . 
Wm.S.O'Rourke . . . 
John A. Soliday . . . . 

Geo. W. Jones 

Henry C. Hanna . . . , 
Phillip L.Potter. . . . 
Wilson E. McDermut . 
John Dreibelbliss . . . 
Edward L. Craw . . . . 
John W. Hay den . . . 

John G. Heller 

Robert B. Hanna . . . 
John B. Harper . . . . 
Louis H. Gocke . . . . 
Helen I. Crosby . . . . 
H. G. Keegan .... 

John Dolin 

John C.Abel 

Henry C. P. Westrumb 
Earnest Thompson . . 
Geo. W.Louttit . . . . 
Murray Hartwell . . . 
Robert Learmouth . . 
W.D.Williams . . . . 
H. W.Kohrman . . . . 
Frank H. Kleekamp . . 
James B. Graham . . . 
Clauilias S. Viets . . . 
Perry A. Ranc'all . . . 
James M. Lipes . . . . 



Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Hoagland , 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Baldwin . 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 



November 7, 1892. 
November 14, 1892. 
December?, 1892. 
December 13, 1892, 
December 17, 1892. 
December 22, 1892. 
December 27, 1892. 
January 5, 1893. 
January 10, 1893. 
January 16, 1893. 
January 20, 1893, 
January 27, 1893. 
January 28, 1893. 
January 28, ISf-S. 
January 31, 1893. 
February 11, 1893. 
February 18, 1893. 
February 27, 1893. 
March 3, 1893. 
March 23. 1893. 
April 5, 1893. 
April 20, 1893. 
May 9, 1893. 
May 13, 1893. 
May 26, 1893. 
May 31, 1893. 
June 10, 1893. 
June 14, 1893. 
June 17, 1893. 
July 5, 1893. 
AiSust 2, 1893. 
Augusts, 1893. 
August 7, 1893. 
August 10, 1893. 
August 25, 1893. 
September 12, 1893. 
September 13, 1893. 
September 23, 1893. 
September 25, 1893. 



118 
JN0TARIE8 PUBLIC— Continued. 

ALLEN COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



John M. Crowe . . . . 
Charles C. Miller . . 
J. B. Former . . . 
Fred. E.Zollars . . . 

C. Rogers 

John H. Aiken . . . . 
Otto P. Herbst . . . . 
Clara M Kerr . . . . 
Paul F. Kuhne . . . . 
John Morris. Jr . . . 
William E. Hood . . 
John F. Curtice . . 
Charles F. PfeifFer . . 
Tred. J. Bechtold . . 
Jacob J. Kern . . . . 
Flora A.Reffel . . . 
Benjamin F Harper . 
Augusta Viberg . . , 
William S. Turner . 
Allen M. Hartzell . . 
John W. Nail . . . . 

R. L. Bomy 

Henry W. Ninde . . . 
A. Madge Williams . 
Earnest L. Thompson 
Michael E. Burns . . 
Louis S. C. Schroeder 
Themas Meegan . . . 
Oscar P. Eversole . . 
Wilmer Leonard . . . 
Eli C. Stump . . . . . 
Conrad Neireiter. , . 
Frank J. Lordier . . 
Clarence G. Smith . . 
W.J.Kerr . . . . 

John B. Corneille . . 

D. C. Smutz . . . . 
David C. Fisher . . . 
Edward M. Wilson . 

John Shaffer 

U.H. Stewart . . . . 
Anselm Fuelber . . . 
John W. Meeks . . . 
Frank L. Markey . . 
Thos. H. Daseomb . . 
M. L. Polhamus . . . 
George F. Felts . . . 
Clara Grand . ... 
Wallace E. Doud . . 
Samuel M. Heneh . . 
Homer C. Hartman . 
C. J. McLain 



Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
New Haven 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
New Haven 
Maples . . 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Baldwin 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
it. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Harlan . . 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Monroeville 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 



September 25, 1893. 
October 7, 1893. 
October 10, 1893. 
October 10, 1893. 
October 14, 1893. 
October 20, 1893. 
October 21, 1893. 
October 24, 1893. 
October 26, 1893. 
October 31, 1893. 
November 18, 1893. 
December 12, 1893. 
December 19, 1893. 
January 2, 1894. 
January 11, 1894. 
January 13, 1894. 
February 17, 1894. 
February 19, 1894. 
February 21, 1894. 
March 6, 1894. 
March 13, 1894. 
March 14, 1894. 
March 15, 1894. 
March 27, 1894. 
April 6, 1894. 
April 13, 1894. 
April 18, 1894. 
April 23, 1894. 
May 7. 1894. 
May 16, 1894. 
May 18, 1894. 
Miiy22, 1894. 
May 26, 1894. 
May 28. 1894. 
June 1, 1894. 
June 4, 1894. 
June 12, 1894. 
June 15, 1894. 
July 18, 1894. 
August 13, 1894. 
August 14, 1894. 
August 17, 1894. 
August 17, 1894. 
September 15, 1894. 
September 19, 1894. 
October 10, 1894. 
October 13, 1894. 
October 22, 1894. 
October 21, 1894. 
October 29, 1894. 
October 30, 1894. 
October 31, 1894. 



BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY. 



George W. Adams . . 
William F. Norton .v. 

Peter C.Stidham. . . 

Thomas B. Prather . 

Daniel Judd . . . . 

John A. Holland . . . 

Elmer E. Roland . . 

Wm. H. Bverroad . . 

S. W. Daugherty . . . 

William A. Stevens . 

Charles C. Smith . . . 



Columbus . . . 
Columbus . . . 
South Bethany 
Columbus . . . 
Columbus ." . . 
Columbus . . . 
Columbus . . . 
Columbus . . . 
Columbus . . . 
Columbus . . . 
Columbus . 



November 12, 1892. 
February 15, 1893. 
March 2, 1893. 
March 11, 1893. 
April 20, 1893. 
June 23, 1893. 
June 22, 1893. 
June 26, 1893. 
July 12, 1893. 
July 13, 1893. 
August 2, 1893. 



119 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



BAETHOLOMEW COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 






August 7, 1893. 


Harry 0. Way 


Columbus 


August 17, 1893. 
August 30, 1893. 






September 14, 1893. 






September SO, 1893. 


George W.Caldwell 

William C Ardery 




December 7, 1893. 




December 7, 1893. 


Moses A.Remy . 


Elizabethtown 


January 3, 1894. 
January 9, 1891. 






March 7, 1894. 






April 28. 1894. 






May 1, 1894. 






May 2, 1894. 






May 2, 1894. 




Columbus 


May 4, 1894. 




Columbus 


May 7, 1894. 


Edward W Harlow .... 




May 8,1894. 






May 9, 1894. 


William H.Shea 




May 11,1894. 






May 15, 1894. 


AV. C. Duncan 




June 8, 1894. 






June 26, 1894. 




Burnsville 

Ogleville 


June 28, 1894. 


William D. Clark 


July 14, 1894. 


Lyman J. Scudder 


Hartsville 


August 16, 1894. 


William W. Craig 




September 4, 1894. 
September 6, 1894. 











BENTON COUNTY. 



Bdmond G.Hall . . . 
Charles M. Snyder . . 
Anson B. McAdams . 
Charles B. McKnight . 
Lawrence A. Wiles . . 
E. W.Timmons . . . 
George H. Gray . . . 
Eugene B. Mowry . . 

Willlsham 

J. F. McConnell . . . 
Loyd H. Swan .... 
Charles L. Foster . . . 
Joseph D. Brown . . . 
James W. Jones . . . 
William L. Spahr . . 

Samuel Noll 

William C. Ditton . . 
W. Lee Bartlett . . . 

John Dunn 

Lee Dinwiddle .... 
Charles W. Jewell . . 
William J. McConnell 
Charles Allen Moore . 



Fowler . . . 
Fowler . . . 
Boswell . . 
Fowler . . . 
Fowler . . . 
Otterbein. . 
Fowler . . . 
Fowler . . . 
Fowler . 
Ambia . . . 
Wadena . . 
Boswell . . 
Fowler . . . 
Swanington 
Lochiel. . . 
Boswell . . 
Earl Park . 
Ambia . . . 
Dunnington 
Fowler . 
Earl Park . 
Oxford . . . 
Oxford . . . 



November 28, 1892. 
January 3. 189^. 
January 20, 1893. 
March 8, 1893. 
March 31, 1893. 
June 6, 1893. 
June 24, 1893. 
July 15, 1893. 
August 9, 1893. 
September 2, 1893. 
September 19, 1893. 
September 22, 1893. 
October 9, 1893. 
November 22. 1893. 
January 26, 1894. 
February 8, 1894. 
April 14, 1894. 
May 3, 1894. 
May 7, 1894. 
May 7, 1894. 
July 13, 1894. 
September 6, 1894. 
September 11, 1894. 



120 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
BLACKFOED COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 




Hartford City 

Hartford City 


November 4, 1892. 


John P. McGeath 


December], 1892. 


Erauk P. Dowell 


Hartford City 

Hartford City 

Hartford City 

Priam 

Montpelier 

Hartlord City 


December 20, 1892. 
January 10,1893. 


Alonzo C. Maddox . • • 

Jos. A. Painter 

Henry H. Bennett 

Judson Learned 


January 10, 1893. 
January 10, 1893. 
January 13, 1893. 
January 13, 1893. 
January 24, 1893. 




Montpelier 


Marct 18, 1895. 


Lawrence M. Denany 

Eugene C. Shiill 


Hartford City 


March 20, 1893. 
March 22, 1893. 




March 31, 1893. 




Hartford City 

Hartford City 

Hartford City 

Hartford City ........ 

Hartford City 

Hartford City , 

Hartford City 

Hartford City ........ 

Hartford City 

Harttord City 

Montpelier 

Montpelier ■ • 

Hartford City 

Hartford City 

Hartford City 

Montpelier 

Hartford City 


April 12, 1893. 


John Cantwell 

Enos Cole ^ » . . . . 


April 19, 1893. 
June 5, 1893 
June 10, 1893. 


Samuel J. Emshwiller 


August 14, 1893. 
August 15, 1893. 




September 28, 1893. 


Sidney H. Cantwell 


November 13, 1893. 
December 6, 1893. 


Enos n. HiashaAv 


Januarys, 1894. 
May 1, 18£4. 


John P.Boyd 

Isaac Black 

J H Clifton . . . . . 


May 1, 1894. 
June 25, 1891. 
June 25, 1894. 




August 11, 1894. 




August 23, 1894. 




September 11, 1894. 




September 25, 1894. 









BOONE COUNTY. 



Michael Keefd .... 
Harvey P. New . . . 
John A. Pock .... 
Wilson T. Dobbins • . 
Noah Lau?hrun . . . 
Robert VV. Harrison . 
Samuel M. Burke . . 
Solomon Kleifer ■ . . 
Harry H. Darnall . . 
John M. Convers . 
Jas.T.M'Kim . . 
Gilber' H. Hamilton 
I. M. Kelsey .... 
Allen A..St^he . . . . 
Edward G Siorm . . 
Angus S.Wills . . . 
Samuel T. Hook . . 
Neal D. Carter , , 
Thomas W. .Jordan . 
Ch^irles W. Gritfin . . 
George Coulson . . 
Winton A. Dutch . . 
Reed Holl'man . . . 

Jesse Smith 

Ormea D. Wesner . . 
William 0. Darnall . 
Williim E. Young . . 
John E. Willikan . . 
Lora L. Masters . . . 
James T. McKim . . 

J.C.Purdy 

John L. Pierce . . . . 
Alex. M. McMillan . 
AVilliam J. Darnall . 
Jacob J. Pittman . . 
Frank C. Reagan . . 



Lt^banon 

Lebanon ... 

Ziinsville 

Lebanon 

ZionsviUe 

Lebanon 

Thorntown 

Lebanon 

Lebanon 

Lebanon 

Thorntown 

Th ■rntown 

Lebanon 

Sheridan 

Lebanon 

Lebanon 

Lebanon 

Lebanon . . 

Whitestown 

Sheridan, Hamilton County 

Thorntown 

Lebanon 

Lebanon 

ZionsviUe 

Lebanon '. 

Lebanr.n 

Thorntown 

Thorntown 

Lebanon 

Thorntown 

Terhune 

Lebanon 

Lebanon 

Jamestown 

Big Spring 

Lebanon 



November 15, 1892. 
November 28, 1892. 
November 28. 1892. 
January 5, 1893. 
January 12, 1893. 
February 3, 1893. 
February 15, 1893. 
February 20, 1893. 
February 28, 1893. 
March 8. 1893. 
March 17, 1893. 
March 24. 1893. 
M^iy2^, 1893. 
June 5, 1893. 
June 17, 1893. 
July 1, 1893. 
August 25, 1893. 
August 30, 1893. 
September 12, 1893. 
September 20, 1893. 
October 13, 1893. 
November 18, 1893. 
November 18, 189.3. 
Deceuu.er 1,1893. 
December 11, 1893. 
December 26, 1893. 
Febru.ary 7, 1894. 
February 23, 1894. 
March 22, 1891. 
March 23, 1894. 
March 28, 1894. 
May 23, 1894. 
June 1,1894. 
June 12, 1891. 
September 26, 1894. 
October 24, 1894. 



121 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

' BROWN COUNTY. 



NAME. 




Date of Commission. 



James P. Moser . . . 
Shelby Hedriek • • . 
Heory W. Nickerson 

J.M.Wilson 

Winfield S. Cook . . 
John M. Walker ■ 
Hiram B.Stephenson 
Anderson Percifield . 



Spearsville . . 

Elkinsville • . 

Pike's Peak . . 

Belmont . . . 
New Bellsville 

Spearsville . . 

Pike's Peak . . 

Nashville . . . 



February 11 , 189:?. 
February 25, 1893. 
February 28, 1893. 
March 18. 18^-3. 
August 11, 1^93. 
November 6, 1893. 
November 13,1893. 
December 1,1893. 



CAEROLL COUNTY. 



John H. Gould .... 
Charles R. Pollard . . . 

E.E.Pruitt 

George W. Poague . . 
William Collins .... 
John Groninger .... 

John L. Sinks 

Philip Ray 

L.D. Boyd 

Reuben R. Bright . 
William M. Loop . . . 
William B. Ray .... 

M. A. Ryan ...... 

Michael J. McGreevy . 
Robert C. Pnllard . . . 
Samupl M. Kirkpatrick 
Lucy S.Taylor 



Delphi . . 
Delphi . . 
Flora . . . 
Flora . . . 
Delphi . . 
Camden . . 
Delphi . . 
Camden . . 
Delphi . . 
Flora . . . 
Deer Creek 
Rockfield . 
Delphi . . 
Burrows . . 
Delphi . . 
Cutler . . . 
Delphi . . 



December 16, 1892. 
December 21, 1892. 
January 4, 1893. 
January 25, 1893. 
February 10, 1893. 
March 17, If'gS. 
April 4, 1893. 
May 17, 1893. 
July 10, 1893. 
August 16, 1893. 
October 12, 1893. 
January 10, 1894. 
April 18, 1894. 
May 16, 1894. 
May 31, 1894. 
August, 1, 1891. 
October 12, 1894. 



CASS COUNTY. 



John C. McGregor . . 
M.T.Mahoney . . . 
John G. Meek .... 
Stewart T. McConnell 
Geo.W. Walters . . . 
D.A. Middleton . . . 
Dr. N. J. LaRose . . 
Gertrude Blasingham 
Joseph T. Tomlinson 
John N. McGreevy . 
James J. Graves . . . 
Dora E. Moore .... 
Charles N. Graffis . . 
Alice McGrant .... 
E. C. Throckmorton . 
Moses M. Gordon . . 
Quiney A. Myers . . 
Moses M. Gordon . . 
David M. Watts . . . 
Chas. B. Laselle . . . 
Albert G. Jenkines . 
Frank Swigart .... 
Terrence McGovern . 
John A.Chappelow . 
Frederick Landis . . 

C.W.Fish 

David D. Fickle . . . 
Lemuel E. Brown 
George W. Edwards . 
Moses B. Leary . . . 
Martha Shideler . . . 



Logansport . 
Logansport . 
Lognnsport . 
Lof;ansport . 
Logansport . 
Logansport . 
Lucerne . . . 
Logansport . 
Logansport . 
Logansport . 
Royal Centre 
Logansport . 
Lo:.ansport . 
Logansport . 
Logansport . 
Logansport . 
Logansport . 
Logansport . 
Logansport ■ 
Logansport . 
Logansport . 
Logar sport . 
Logansport . 
Logansport . 
Logansport . 
Logansport . 
Logansport . 
Adamsboro . 
Logansport . 
Logansport . 
Logansport . 



November 12, 1892. 
November 23, 1892. 
December 19, 1892. 
January 7, 1893. 
January 19, 1893. 
January 28, 1893. 
February 7, 1893. 
February 8,1893. 
February 13, 1893. 
February 21, 1893. 
March 18, 1893. 
April 4,1893. 
April 7,1893. 
May 23,1893. 
June 7, 1893 
June7,l?93. 
June 10, 1893. 
June 17, 1893. 
June 17, 1893. 
July 6, 1893. 
July 14, 1893. 
July 14, 1893. 
July 31, 1893. 
August 16, 1893. 
August 21, 1893. 
September 15, 1893. 
September 21. 1893. 
October 2, 1893. 
November 9. 1893. 
December 20, 1893. 
January 3, 1894. 



122 
ITOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

CASS COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 






January 19, 1894. 


Willard Place 




February 10, 1894. 


JohnF.Gettv < . . 




March 26. 1894. 




Walton 


May 9, 1894. 
June 4, 1894. 


M. J. Gallagher 




!Fred. J. Montfort 


Logansport 


June 15, 1894 


Charles E.Taber 


July 16, 1894. 


Edith Matt 




September 15, 1894. 


Seymour M. Classon 

Glenn C. Forgy 

Thomas J. Tuley 


Logansport 

Logansport 

Logansport 


September 19, 1894. 
October 5, 1894, 
October 9, 1894. 







CLARK COUNTY. 



George E. Call 

Evelyn M. Murray . . . . 

Rachel Heller 

Thomas Hallett . . . . , 
James H. Weir . . . . , 
George H. Voight . . . , 
John K. Enlow . . . . , 
Patrick H. Jewett . . . , 
James E. Taggart . . . . 
Jonas G. Howard . . . . 
John D. Ingram . . . , 
Jesse E.McKinley . . . . 
George W. Swengle . , 
George W. Coward . . . . 

James D. Rose 

Matthias A. Patterson . 
Charles L. Hanlin . . 
LaFayette D. Townsend 
Seymour Guernsey . . 
John V. Clapp . . . . , 
Thomas H. Stradley . . 
William Forgey .... 
George Badeer . . . ■ 
Samuel P. Kelley . . . . 
Robert B.Taylor. ... 
John D. Ferguson ... 
Francis M.Cave. . . . 
Henry A. Burtt .... 
William H. Fogg . . . . , 
William C. Dailey . . . , 
T. H. lipperman .... 
Louis Badger 



Jeflfersonville 

Jeffersonville 

JefFersonville 

Jeffersonville 

Sellersburg . 

Jeffersonville 

Underwood . 

Jeffersonville 

Jeffersonville 

Jeffersonville 

Jeffersonville 

Borden . 

Sellersburg . 

Charlestown 

Henze . ■ 

Jeffersonville 

Otisco .... 

Blue Lick . . 

Henryville . 

Marysville 

Jeffersonville 

Jeffersonville 

Charlestown . 

Otto . . . 

Jeffersonville 

Jeffersonville 

Oregon . . . 

.Teffersonville 

Jeffersonville 

Underwood . 

Jeffersonville 

Marysville . 



November 30, 1892. 
DecembeV 28, 1892. 
February 16, 1893. 
February 17, 1893. 
February 21, 1893. 
April 15, 1893. 
May 15, 1893. 
May 19, 1893, 
July 17, 1893. 
May 31,1893. 
August 16. 1893. 
August 16, 1893. 
October 28, 1893. 
November 24. 1893. 
December 7, 1893. 
January 26, 1894. 
February 7, 1894. 
November 7, 1894. 
April 19, 1894. 
May 14, 1894. 
June 5, 1894. 
June 6, 1894. 
June 7. 1894. 
July 16, 1894. 
July 18, 1894. 
Augusts. 1894. 
Aueust 16, 1894. 
September 6, 1894. 
September 8, 1894. 
September 11, 1894. 
September 19, 1894. 
October 26, 1894. 



CLAY^ COUNTY. 



Peter T.Luther 




November 12, 1892. 


Newell E. Baumunk 




November 12, 1892. 




Brazil . . . .... 


November 21, 1892. 


George A. Bird 




November 21, 1892. 






November 23, 1892. 


Horner H. Harris 


Brazil . . .... 


December 17, 1892. 


John Peter Koehler 


Hoosierville 


January 12, 1893. 
January 13, 1893. 


Absalom B. Wheeler . . .... 




January 14.1893. 


John D. Strachan 




January 18,1893. 






February 4. 1893. 


John B. Roberts 


Staunton 

Perth 


February 15, 1893. 


Tenbrook W.McCarty 

Harry W.Jenkins 

John T.Smith 


May 11. 1893. 
May 12, 1893. 
May 16, 1893. 


Brazil 

Bowling Green 



123 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



CLAY COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date op Commission. 




Poland 


June 28, 1893. 


Eichard H. Crouch 

Silas R Terry 




July 10, 1893. 




July 19, 1893. 






July 24, 1893. 






July 28, 1893. 


George A. Knight 

John Tressel . . 

E S Holliday . . . 




August 4, 1893. 


Bowling Green 


December 12, 1893. 
January 31, 1894. 


W C Wiltse 


Clay City 


March 13, 1894. 


Richard Gantz ■ • •. 




April 4, 1894. 




April 11, 1894. 


Charles F. Thrasher 

W S Tipton . . 




April 19, 1894. 


Martz 


May 10, 1894. 






May 16, 1894. 




Brazil 


May 26, 1894. 




Brazil 


June 21, 1894. 






June V9, 1894. 


Ignatius Jarboe 


Brazil 


July 31, 1894. 
August 20, 1894. 


Will P. Blair 




September 12, 1894. 






October 11,1894. 









CLINTON COUNTY. 





Frankfort 

Middlefork 


December 12, 1892. 


Owen A, J. Morrison 


December 19, 1892. 




December 21, 1892. 




Frankfort 


January 14, 1893. 


John E.Allen . 


February 14, 1893. 




Frankfort 


February 24, 1893. 


William H. Goff 

John C Morrison 


P'rankfort 

Frankfort 

Frankfort 

Frankfort 


March 14,1893. 
March 2!, 1893. 


John W. Strawn 


April 22, 1893. 
June 5, 1893. 


F.F.Moore 


Frankfort 

Frankfort 


June?, 1893. 


Braden Clark 


August 3, 1893. 






September 22, 1893. 
November 14, 1893. 






David B. Carter . . 


Forest 


December 7, 1893. 


Sam.Vanton 

James T. Hockman 

Joseph C. Suit 


Frankfort 

Frankfort 

Frankfort 

Frankfort 

Frankfort 


January 4, 1894. 
January 5, 1894. 
January 16, 1894. 


Hiram H. Bradley 


January 16, 1894. 




January 19, 1894. 


E.D.Bunnell 

William A. Stroup 


Moran 


January 23, 1894. 
January 26. 1894. 


Will R. White 


Frankfort 


March 5. 1894. 


William T. Dunbar 


March 10, 1894. 


John C. Farber 


Frankfort 

Frankfort 

Forest 

Frankfort 


March 14, 1894. 


Elmer E. Sheridan 


June 7,1894. 


S. B. Merrick 


August 10, 1894. 


Joseph Claybaugh 


August 11, 1894. 


Robert W. Irwin 


August 24, 1894. 


Willard H. Morris 


Frankfort 


August 30, 1894. 


John C. Rogers 


October 4, 1894. 


C. 0. Ewing 




October 15, 1894. 









State library.[ 



124 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



CEA.WFORD COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commissiok. 



George W. Riddle 
David B. Suddarth 
George T. Wells . 
Edmund Hostetter 
George M. D. Day 
Joseph A. Blevins 
F.M.Allen. . . . 
AVilliam E. Morris 
George W. Cuzzort 
James E. Stewart 
W.H.Harvey 
H. A. Dean . 
A. M. Froman 
John E. Funk 
P. 0. Suthards 
Theodore C. Shaw 
W.P. S. Walton . 



Leavenworth • 
Leavenworth , 
Sulphur Wells, 
Milltown . , 
English . . . . 
Grants hurg . . 
Fredonia . . , 
Tower . . . 
Eekerty . . . . 
Leavenworth . 

Alton 

Marengo. 
Leavenworth . 
Milltown . , 
Taswell . . . . 
Magnolia . . . 
Riceville. . . , 



March 4, 1893. 
March 4. 1893. 
March 18, 1893. 
MiirohSl, 1893. 
July 12, 1893. 
February 7, 1894. 
February 9. 1894. 
March 21, 1894. 
March 27, 1894. 
March 29. 1894. 
April 10, 1894. 
April 10, 1»94. 
April 13, 1894. 
April 13, 1894. 
April 13, 1894. 
April 31, 1894. 
June 4, 1894. 



DAVIESS COUNTY. 



Williim H. Myers . . 
Joseph D. Laughlia . 
Harry H. Crooke . . , 
A. J. Smiley . . 

Charles M. Mears . . . 
William R. Gardiner 
Thomas ^Vadsworth . 
Alexander Leslie . 
CharleF G. Gardioer . 
Moses H. Goshorn . . 
John H. O'Neal . . . 
John B. Slater . . . . 
Alexander M. Hardy 
Ella Davilson . . . . 
Henry Buehart . . . 
Emma J. Houbert ■ . 
William A.Wallace. 
John C Porter . . . 
William Hefferman . 
Thomas S. Cruteher . 
Henry F. Vollmer . . 

J. M. Porter 

Noah Cook 

Mason C. Palmer . . , 
Jesse W. Burton . . 
Gaylord G. Barton . . 
Adrian Hammersly . 
L.D.Colbert. . . . 
Arnold J. Padgett . . 

John A. Cook 

Ezra Mattingly , . . . 
C. C.Williams . . 
E. A. Crosson . . . . 
John A.Clark . . . 
Henry C. Haynes . . . 
Edgar T.Laughlin . . 
John Downey , . . . 
William R Garduer . 
Dan S. Monaghan . . 
Thomas M. Sears . . . 



Epsom . . . . 

Odon 

Odon. 

Raglesville . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Raglesville 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
AVashington . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Waco . 

Washington . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Alfordsville . 
Washington . 
Washington , 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Plainville 
Odon. 

Washington . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Elnora. . . . 



November 5, 1892. 
November 18, 1892. 
December 5, 1892. 
Decembers, 1892. 
December 20, 1892. 
January 9, 1893. 
January 12, 1893. 
January 13, 1893. 
February 9, 1893. 
February 17, 1893. 
February 20, 1895. 
March 7. 1893. 
March 13, 1893. 
March 14. 1893. 
March 15, 1893. 
March 21,1893. 
April 6, 1893. 
April 6. 1893. 
April 13, 1893. 
April 19, 1893. 
April 19, 1893. 
May 1, 1893. 
June 22, 1893. 
August 4, 1893. 
August 9, 1893. 
October 9, 1893. 
November 4, 1893. 
February 3, 1894. 
February 6, 1894. 
March 6, 1894. 
March 17, 1894. 
April 3, 1894. 
April 10, 1894. 
April 11,1894. 
May 7, 1894. 
May 10, 1894. 
May 24, 1894. 
August 21, 1894. 
September 28, 1894. 
October 9, 1894. 



125 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



DEAEBORN COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commissiok. 


W C D Stevenson 


Dillsborough 


November 26, 1892. 


Frank M. Downey 

E/obert H. Colt 


December 6, 1892. 


Lawrenceburg 

Lawreneeburg 

Manchester 


February 14, 1893. 




February 24, 1893. 




March 2, 1893. 




March 28, 1893. 




Aurora 

Lawrenceburg 

Dillsborough 

St. Leon 


May 2, 1893. 




May 3. 1893. 




May 10, 1893. 




May 25, 1893. 




June 2, 1893. 


Adolph H. Merkel 


Aurora 

Lawrenceburg 

Moore's Hill 

Lawrenceburg ...... 

Moore's Hill 


June 15, 1893. 


Kobert B, Slater 

John W. Lambertson 

Samuel MeElfresh 


September 27, 1893. 
November 4, 1893. 
November 6, 1893. 




December 15, 1893. 




January 9, 1894. 


Edson S. Winkley 


Aurora 


March 27, 1894. 


H R McMullen . . . 


May 8, 1894. 




Wright's Corners 


June 1,1894. 


Hugh D. McMullen 


June 13, 1894. 






July 12, 1894. 




Lawrenceburg 

Aurora 

Harrison, Hamilton Co., . 


August 11, 1894. 




August 13, 1894. 




September 7, 1894. 




September 19, 1894. 


William S Holman,Jr 




September 19, 1894. 







DECATUR COUNTY. 



William S. Johnston 

James H. Cox 

George B. Clark 

Cortez Ewing 

Jeremiah Dugan 

James E. Mendenhall . . . , 
Thomas H. Stevenson . . . . 
John D. Miller ....... 

John F. tioddard 

Will R. Tucker 

George W. Wat-ion 

0. P. Morton Messingheimer 

John C. Smith 

Giles Gant 

Oscar G. Miller 

Cyrus D. Harwood 

Daniel S. Perry 

Edgar Barnes 

William M.McCuUough . . 

Ira B. Hite . 

John N. Carder 

Samuel A. Bonner 

John L. Hilliard 

James H. Tarplee 

John W. Crise 

John P. Webb 

Condie B. Beck 

Harry 0. Sandusky 

Samuel B. Ewards 

WillB.Osman 

P.T.Lambert 



Greensburg 

Letts Corner 

Waynesburg 

Greensburg 

Spring Hill 

Greensburg 

Greensburg 

Greensburg 

Greensburg ...... 

Tuckerstown 

Clifty 

Clifty 

Sardinia 

Sardinia 

Greensburg i 

St. Omer 

Greensburg 

St. Paul . . 

Westport 

Greensburg 

Westport 

Greensburg 

New Point 

Clarksburg 

Forest Hill 

Waynesburg 

Waynesburg 

Greensburg 

Greensburg 

Greensburg 

Greensburg 



November 9, 1892. 
November 26, 1892. 
December 8, 1892. 
December 27, 1892. 
December 31, 1892. 
January 3, 1893. 
January 3, 1893. 
January 7, 1893. 
January 19. 1893. 
April 5, 1893. 
April 5,1893. 
May 2, 1893. 
May 2, 1893. 
May 12, 1893. 
May 26, 1893. 
July 18, 1893. 
August 29, 1893. 
September 6. 1893. 
September 26, 1893. 
September 29, 1893. 
January 12, 1894. 
February 1,1894. 
February 15,1891. 
February 21, 1894. 
March 31, 1894. 
April 3. 1894. 
April 16, 1894. 
April 27, 1894. 
June 19, 1894. 
August 11, 1894. 
September 6, 1894. 



126 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

DEKALB COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Frank L. Weleheimer . . . 

Chas. A. Sparke 

Frank P. Xeiler 

James H. Rose 

L.J. Blair 

John W. Baxter ...... 

Thomas H.Spratt 

Peter A. Gengler 

Frank E. Rose 

John H.Miller. . . . . . 

Edward A. Myers 

Daniel D.Diehl ...... 

George E. McCulloch . . . 

Oliver H. Widney 

Cassius J. Coats 

Bert C. Robbins 

Daniel 1 . Husselman . . . 

Louis J. Gengler 

John P. Crimmins 

George Shayer 

Cyrus M.Phillips 

Frank W. Willis (resigned) 

D. A. Garwood 

W.E.Baxter 



Auburn . . . . 

Ashley 

Ashley 

Auburn . . . . 
Waterloo . . . 
Auburn . . . . 
Auburn . . . . 
Garrett . . . . 
Garrett . . . . 
Auburn . . . 
Garrett . . . . 

Butler 

Auburn . . . . 
St. Joe Station 

Butler 

Auburn . . . . 
Auburn . . . . 
Garrett . . . . 
Garrett . . . . 

Ashley 

Waterloo . . . 
Waterloo . . . 
Auburn . . . . 
Butler 



November 18, 1892. 
Decembers, 1892. 
December 22, 1892. 
February 18, 1893. 
March 3o, 1893. 
April 10, 1893. 
April 11, 1893. 
April 13, 1893. 
August 1, 1893. 
September 29, 1893. 
October 13, 1893. 
October 17, 1893. 
October 17, 1893. 
October 20, 1893. 
January 9, 1894. 
February 21, 1894. 
March 10, 1894. 
April 28, 1894. 
May 18, 1894. 
June 7, 1894. 
July 12, 1894. 
July 14, 1894. 
September 29, 1894. 
October 11, 1894. 



DELAWARE COUNTY. 



A J. Smith . ... 




November 14, 1892. 


Elmer E Botkin 


Muncie 


November 17, 1892. 


James M. Leavell 


DeSoto 


November 29, 1892. 
December 12, 1892. 




Yorktown 


November 14, 1892. 




January 3, 1893. 


L F Nixon . . . 




November 4, 1893. 


Edmund H. Stradling 


Eaton 


November 10, 1893. 
November 17, 1893. 


Willis G. Decker . 


Muncie 


November 23, 1893. 


S W Collins . ... 




Febiuary 21, 1893. 






March 14, 1893. 


C M Mann 


Albany 


March 30, 1893. 




April 7, 1893. 


Albert Ogle. 




April 7, 1893. 


Charles E Griffith 


Muncie 


April 14, 1893. 


William H. Coffin 




April 24. 1>93. 






May 6, 1893. 




Reed. 


May 16, 1893. 


Edward M. White 


May 18, 1893. 


Stanley Hatehaway 

Arthur C. Pershing 

Willord E. Broyles 




May 23, 1893. 




May 23, 1893. 


Gaston 


June 15, 1893. 


Ed B Tyler 


June 22, 1893. 


William W Mann 




June 22, 1893. 


John T Walterhouse 




July 18, 1893. 


Ozara T Sharp . . . 




July 24, 1893. 




Eaton 


August 12, 1893. 


Rollin W. Lennington 


August 15, 1893. 


8elma . . 

Muncie 


August 25, 1893. 




September 9, 1893. 


W. M. Myers 

T S Owen ... 




October 4, 1893. 




December 11, 1893. 




Shideler 

Reed 


December 22. 1893. 




January 2, 1894. 


Charles L. White . 


March 20, 1894. 


R. A. Andes 


Muncie 


March 22, 1894. 


David Walter Bell 




March 27, 1894. 


Charles C. Brown 


Muncie 


March 29, 1894. 



127 
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DELAWARE COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 






April 2, 1894. 






May 18, 1894. 






May 22, 1894. 


Theodore F. Rose 


Muncie 


June 9, 1894. 


C. A. Smith 


Eaton 


June 26, 1894. 


Ezra R. Averill 


Muncie 


July 25, 1894. 




Muncie 


August 15, 1894. 






September 1, 1894. 


Arthur W.Brady 




September 6, 1894. 






September 13, 1894. 




Oakville 

Muncie 


September 18, 1894, 


William H. Hickman 


September 25, 1894. 



DUBOIS COUNTY. 



I'rank L. Betz 

Frank Pinni^k 

Winfield S. Speedy . . . 
B.F.Whitinghill . . . . 

John F. Tiernan 

Arnold H. Miller, Sr. . . 

Melehoir Droste 

Harry J. Hobertsen . . . 

C.J.Hubbard 

Jas. J.Cunningham . . . 
August H. Lubbenhusen 
Samuel C. Miller . . . . 
Michael A. Sweeney . . . 
Richard M. Milburn . . . 

Peter Newton 

John B. McFall 

John G. Stein 

Virgil R. Greene 



Jasper . . . . 
Dubois . . . 
Schnellville . . 
Hilham . . 
Huntingburgh 
Huntingburgh 
Ferdinand . . 
Huntingburgh 
Bird's Eye . . 
Bird's Eye . . 
St. Henry . . . 
Huntingburgh 
Jasper . . . . 
Jasper . . . . 
Bird's Eye 
Jasper , . . . 
Cellestine . . . 
Jasper . . . . 



April 26, 1893. 
May 3, 1893. 
May 4,1893. 
August 25, 1893. 
August 25, 1893. 
September 11, 1893. 
November 7, 1893. 
March 3, 1894. 
November 19,1894. 
April 10, 1894. 
April 26, 1894. 
April 30, 1894. 
May 3, 1894. 
May 3, 1894. 
August 9, 1894. 
September 15, 1894. 
October 4, 1894. 
October 26, 1894. 



ELKHART COUNTY. 



Delos N. Weaver . . . 
Henry W. Hixon . . 
Orrin Z. Hubbell . . . 
John M. Mousohein . . 
Henry Cook . . . . . 
Charles S. Sage . . . . 
Warren Brothers . . . 
Robert W. McBride . . 
Todd F. Wilden . . . . 
Collett C. Pi.itt . . . . 
Abraham C. Mehl - . . 
Charles A. Wehmeyer . 
Merrill E. Wilson . . . 
George G. Qreiner . . 
Milton M. Galentine 

Milo H. Gripe 

Isaac Grimes . . . , 
John M. Brumbaugh . 
Jacob Oberholtzer . . . 
Frederick T. Atkinson 
Elbridge G. Herr . . . 

Aaron S. Zook 

Jame H. State 

James S. Dodge . . . . 
William H.Anderson . 
George W. Best . . . . 
J. E. Beverstein . . . . 



Elkhart . . 
Middleburg 
Elkhart . . 
Elkhart . . 
Goshen . . 
Elkhart . . - 
New Paris . 
Elkhart . - 
Goshen . . 
Goshen . . 
Goshen . . 
Goshen . . 
Goshen . 
Vistula . . 
Goshen . . 
Goshen . . 
Elkhart . . , 
Elkhart . . , 
Elkhart . . 
Nappanee . 
Goshen . . 
Goshen . . 
Elkhart . . 
Elkhart . . 
Elkhart . . , 
Elkhart . . 
Middlebury 



November 4, 1892. 
November 3, 1892. 
November 14, 1892. 
November 14, 1892. 
November 29, 1892. 
December I'J, 1892. 
December 23, 1892. 
January 2, 1893. 
January 12, 1893. 
January 13, 1893. 
January 19, 1893. 
February 10, 1893. 
February 10, 1893. 
February 16, 1893. 
March 10, 1893. 
March 13, 1893. 
March 16, 1893. 
May 16, 1893. 
May 29, 1893. 
May 31, 1893. 
June 1,1893. 
June 9, 1893. 
June 30, 1893. 
July 22, 1893. 
July 22, 1893. 
August 18, 1893. 
August 22, 1893. 



128 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

ELKHAKT COUNTY-Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


Charles O.Bechtel 




October 10, 1893. 


George W. Prickett 




November 27, 1893. 


Harry C. Wilson 




Dceuiber 1, 1893. 




Goshen 






January 17, 1894. 
January 23, 1894. 






Leonard J. Brooks 


Goshen 


February 1, 1894. 


R. M. Johnson 


Elkhart 

Elkhbrt 

Klkhart 


February 2, 1894. 


Augustus E. Woalpert 


February 9, 1894. 
February 9, 1894. 


Chauncey D. Sherwin 




February 19. 1894. 


Mitchell Charnley • . . . 


Goshen 


March 27, 1894. 


Laura B. Kautz 


Bristol 


April 19,1894. 


J. F. B. Kauflfman 




May 22, 1894. 


Ira E. Zigler 

Jennie S. Wilson '. . . 


Elkhart 

Goshen 


May 25, 1894. 
June 6, 1894. 


Charles E.Cotnpton. ....... 


Elkhart 

Elkhart 

Elkhart 

Elkhart 


June 7, 1894. 
June 8, 1894. 


Orin M. Conley 


Junes, 1894. 


Emanuel C. Bickel 


June 22, 1894. 


Ethan A. Dausman . . . . • .... 


Goshen 


June 26, 1894. 






June 27, 1894. 




Elkhart 


July 3, 1894. 




July 5,1894. 


O.L. Allen 


Elkhart 


July 9, 1894. 
July 9, 1894. 
July 10, 1894. 


Jacob 0. Kautz 


Anthony Deahl 




William H. Hanenstein . , 

Charles W.Fish 


Elkh:,rt 

Elkhart 

Elkhart 

Elkhart 

Elkhart 

Elkhart 

Goshen 


July 17, 1894. 
August 3. 1891. 
August 30, 1894. 


Louis A. Dennert 


September 4, 1894. 


Benjamin F. Sephens 


September 13, 1894. 
October 16, 1894. 




October 19, 1894. 


Kyle D. Straw 


Elkbart . . . . ■ 


October 31, 1894. 



FAYETTE COUNTY. 






John M. Carter 


Connersvil'e 

Connersville 

Connersville 

Connersville 

Connersville 

Connersville 

Alpine 


November 1,1892. 
May 24, 1893 
June 12, 1893. 
November 9. 1894. 
November 27, 1894. 
May 22, 1894. 
May 26, 1894. 
July 7, 1894. 
September 1,1894, 
October 25, 1894. 








Edward G. Hendrickson 

Hyatt L. Fmst 

Josie B. McKee 




Lumisford L. Broaddus 

Marshall Benedict 




Hal VV. George 






John A Titsworth 

Preston H. Kensler 


Connersville 

Connersville 









FLOYD COUNTY. 



George B. Cardwill. 
Edward D. Mitchell 
Henry H. Sigler . . 
George H. Padgett . 
Jonathan Peters . . 
James G. Harrison. 
Frank Givin 
Minnie Schindler . 
S. E. sioionson. . . 
Walter G. Harrison 
Fred. D. Conner 
Edward G. Henry . 
Robert E. Burk • ■ 
Minnie E. Wiseman 
Harvey A. Scribner 
Charlton D. Ridley. 
John 0. Greene. . . 
William W. Tuley . 
Eliza Tabor .... 



New Albany, 
New Albany, 
Greenville. . 
New Albany, 
New Albany, 
New Albany. 
New Albany. 
New Albany. 
New Albany, 
New Albany. 
New Albany, 
New Albany, 
New Albany. 
New Albany. 
New Albany. 
New Albany, 
New Albany. 
New Albany. 
New Albany. 



December 1,1892. 
Decembers, 1892. 
December 23, 1892. 
January 4, 1893. 
January 27, 1893. 
January 28, 1893. 
February 2, 1893. 
May 8, 1893. 
May 15, 1893. 
October 12, 1893. 
January 29, 1894. 
February 9, 1894. 
February 23. 1894. 
March 15, 1894. 
April 18. 1894. 
June 2, 1894. 
June 7, 1894. 
July 28, 1894. 
October 8, 1894. 



129 



NOTARIES rUBLIC— Continued. 



FOUNTAIN COUNTY. 



NAME. 


aBSIDENCB. 


Date of Commission. 




Wallace 


November 15, 1892. 


C. McCabe 


Covington 

Covington 

Veedersburg 

Attica 


November 23,1892. 


James Bingham 

Andrew Marshall 

Milton F. Milford 


November 23, 1892. 
December 8, 1892. 
January fi, 1893. 
January 11, 1893. 


Isaac W. Palmer 


Yeddo 


John H. Babb . , 


Veedersburg 


March 1, 1893. 




Veedersburg 


April 12, 1893. 


James W. Rateliff 


April 12, 1893. 
April 20, 1893. 
May 19, 1893. 
June 17, 1893. 


Robert R. Walker 




L.P. Miller 


Covington 


John B. Martin 


Charles Rem.oter 


Veedersburg. 

Veedersburg. 


July 3. 1893. 
July 12, 1893. 
July 25, 1893. 


Leonard Butts 

John B. Dunklebarger 


Mayer BUut 


Attica 

Covington 

Attica 

Covington 


August 23, 1893. 
September 29, 1893. 
October 5, 1893 


Hannabal E. Yount 


Lawrence 0. Marshall 

John W. Ahrens 


December 13, 1893. 
December 30, 1893 




Coal Creek 

Covington 

Hillsboro 


March 9, 1894. 


Lucy F. Harden 

Benson S. Miller 


March 15, 1891. 
March £0, 1894 


Kemper Ahrens 




April 3, 1894. 
April 16, 1894. 
May 19, 1894. 
June 12, 1894. 


Jessie Coen . 




Gale W, Waterman 


Silverwood 

Hillsboro 


William A. Clayton 


Oliver M. Gardner 


Mellott 


June 14, 1894 


Lindley P. Little. . . 


Covins! ton 

Attica 

Covington 


August 10, 1894. 
Septembers. 1894. 
September 28, 1894. 


Charlfs R Milford 

Wilber F.Stilwell 





FKANKLIN COUNTY. 



George M. Fowler . . 
William A. Alley . . . 
George P O'Byrne . . 

Jos. F. Bickee 

Francis Knecht . . . 

Perry Schultz 

Richard H.Tyner . . . 

Edward Noble 

George Haman . . . . 
Joseph P. Pfeiffer . . . 

Michael Volz 

Charles P. Jones . . . . 
Samuel S. Harrell . . . 
David L. Seerest . . . . 
ClintoD C. Merrill . . . 
Edward D. Waltz . . . 
Michael A.Cook . . . . 
Marshal R. Alexander , 

James Gard 

William H. Jones . . . 

Frank Geis 

T. F. Bertenshaw . . . 
William L.Day . . . . 
Atwell Morgan 



Bath . . . . 
Peppertown . 
Br.iokville . 
Oldenburg . 
Knechts . . . 
Oxford, Ohio 
Fairfield. . . 
Hamburg . . 
Brookville . 
Oldenburg . 
Haymond . . 
Brookville . 
Bro( kville . 
Laurel . . . . 
Mt. Carmel . 
Sharptown . 
St. Peters . . 



Stipp's Hill . . 
Brookville . . 
Brookville . . 
Drewersburg . 
Laurel . . . . 
Andersonville 



Novembers, 1892. 
November 14, 1892. 
November 15, 1892. 
January 6, 1893. 
March 14, 1893. 
March 20, 1893. 
April 21,1893. 
April 27, 1893. 
June 20,1893. 
July 6, 1893. 
July 8, 1893. 
August 28, 1893. 
December 21, 1893. 
February 3, 1894. 
March 24, 1894. 
April 10, 1894. 
June 19, 1894. 
June 19, 1894. 
July 6, 1894. 
July 4, 1894. 
July 31, 1894. 
August 8, 1894. 
September 24, 1894. 
October 27, 1894. 



9 — Sec. of State. 



130 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



FULTON COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date op Commission. 


H. C. Lang 


Rochester 

Rochester 


January 19, 1893. 




February 2, 1893. 


Milo R Smith . . 


February 10, 1893. 




Rochester 

Lucetta 


February 28, 1893. 




March 11, 1893. 




February 21, 1893. 






April 26, 1893. 






April 26, 1893. 




Grass Creek 

Rochester 

Rochester 


May 22, 1893. 




Septembers, 1893. 


Rose B. Wile 


September 29, 1893. 




November 15,1893. 






February 3, 1894. 




Leiters Ford 


Februiry 7, 1894. 


Edwin W.Tracy 

John W. Riekel 


March 30, 1894. 


Rochester 


April 25, 1894. 
June 6, 1894. 




Tiosa 


June 7, 1894. 


Frank E. Bryant . 




August In, 189t. 






October 11, 1894. 









GIBSON COUNTY. 







November 29, 1892. 


Effie Williams 


Oakland City 

Fort Branch 

Princeton 

Fort Branch 


November 29, 1892. 


Clarence L. Holcomb 

Thomas Duncan 

Jame^ V^. DeLong 


January 11, 1893. 
January 14, 1893. 
January 30, 1893. 


John W. Brady 


February 14, 1893. 


John W. Corder 

Calvin J. Martin 

William F. Hudelson 

William E. Stilwell 

Marcus L. Woolsey 


Princeton 

Oakland City 

Patoka 

Princeton 

Oakl.md City 

Princeton 

Oakland City 

Hazelton 


March 21, 1893. 
April 3, 1893. 
April 24, 1893. 
June 22, 1893. 
July 3, 1893. 
July 27, 1893. 


Amos C.-Woodruff 

Jasper N. Davidson 


August 10, 1893. 
August 23, 1893. 




October 4, 1893 


Leonard B. Oursler 


Oakland City 

Oakland City 


October 12, 1893. 


James M. Cockrum 


March 12, 1894. 


D. W. Duncan . . . • 


March 29, 1894. 


James E. Chappell 

Lizzie Kirk 

William L. Bilderljack 

Benjamin J.Cunningham 

John L.Hughes 


Oakland City 

Princeton 

Oakland City 


April 3, 1894. 
April 11, 1894. 
May 10, 1894. 
May 12, 1894. 


Princeton 

Somerville 


May 14, 1894. 


Albert Thompson 


May 22, 1894. 


John H. Berger 

James W. Lewis 


Fort Branch 

Princeton 

Princeton . • 


June 4, 1894. 
June 5, 1894. 


Erasmus D. McMaster 

Felix D. Waldrip . . 


June 11, 1894. 
June 12, 1894. 


E. R. Maxam 


Princeton 

Princeton 

Hazelton 

Oakland City 

Princeton 

Oakland City 


June 14, 1S94. 


George W. Norman 


June 25, 1894. 




July 17, 1894. 


William W. Richardson 

Gustus A. Steele 

John M V'andeveer 


July 19, 1894. 
.Iuly28, 1894. 
Septembers, 1894. 




October 3, 1894. 









131 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

GRANT COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Edgar W. Crews . . . . 
James H. Deakin . . . 
Field W.Swczsy . . . . 

Evan Ref s 

Amos P. Hinshaw . . . 

Will C.Jay 

W.C. Gable 

Henry C. Mount . . . . 
Charles E. Webster . . 
John E. Murphy . . . . 
George A. Henry . . . . 
James H. Eaton . . . . 
Edwin Caldwell . . . . 

Lindley Scott 

Worthington J. Gregg . 
William F. Smith . . . 
George B.Young . . . 
Sylvester Haisley . . . 

V.T.Planck 

A. H. Case 

Harley DeWolf . . . . 

H.H.Wright 

Frank Starbuck . . . . 

A. E. Almond 

Otis F. Dickey 

I. M. Hoagwood 

Samuel Moore . . . . . 

Frank Stout 

John H. Csrter . . . . 

William Cook 

Griffith D.Desn . . . . 
George W. Camblin . . 
Ozias A. Sprague . . . 
George B. Mouse r . . . 
criles B. Elwood 
H.M. Elliott 
William H. Miller . . . 
William T.Griffith . . 
Harry L. Haeenbuck . 

Frank Eybolt 

Grant A. Dentler . . . 

W.D. Boiler 

James Q. Stretch . . . . 
Wm. I-. Lfnfestey . . . 
William Paulus . . . . 
Thomas B. Dicken . . . 
James H. Baber . . . . 
George W. Thompson . 
Harvey M. Davis . . . 

P. H. Elliott 

Enos Willi uts 

John F. Strange . . . . 
George E.Meyers . . . 

John H. Miller 

Frank S. Naus 

Charks-E. Forgy . . . 
Thomas P. Harter . . . 
D.W.Hill ..:... 
Thomas J. Sherman . 
Nettie Howell . . . 

George G. Wharton . . 
Grace L. Giiffith . . . . 
Amand Hamaker . . . 

David P. Lone 

John F. Furnish . . . . 
Austin DeWolf . . . . 
George W. Harvey . . . 
William H. Chfirles . . 
Christopher C. Gordon 

John Bayless 

John W. Ryckman . . 



Marion 

Marion , 

Marion 

Mier 

Marion 

Gas City . . . , 
Hackleman . . . , 

Gas City 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Hackleman . . . . 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Uplar d ...... 

Marion 

Fairmount . . . . 
Point Isabel . . . . 
Sweetzfr . . ? . - 

Jonesboro 

Marion 

Marion ...... 

Marion 

Marion 

Gas City 

Jonesboro 

Marion 

New Cumberland 

Rigdon 

Marion , 

Van Euren . . . . 

Mai ion 

Mai ion 

Fairmourt . . . . 

Marion 

Marion . . . . . 
Jonesboro . . 

Gas City 

Marion 

Uplar ds 

Landefs 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

M.irion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Sweetser 

Gas pity 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Jonesboro 

Marion . . . j^,. . 

Swayzee 

Jonesboro 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Rigdon 

Marion 



November 15, 1892. 
December 5, 1892. 
December 10, 1892. 
December 15, 1892, 
December 19, 1892. 
February 1,1893. 
February 13, 1893. 
February 14, 1893. 
February 21, 1893. 
February 24, 1893. 
March 1, 1893. 
March 2, 1893. 
March 6, 1893. 
March 6, 1893. 
March 8, 1893. 
March 21, 1893. 
March 27, 1893. 
Aviil 14, 1893. 
April 15, 1893. 
April 22, 1893. 
April 27, 1893. 
April 27, 1893. 
May 8. 1893. 
May 8, 189''. 
May 12, 1893. 
May 29, 1893. 
June 5, 1893. 
June 10, 1893. 
June 10, 1893. 
June 12, 1893. 
June 19, 1893. 
June 30, 1893. 
July 5, 1893. 
July 15, 1893. 
July 17, 1893. 
July 24, 1893. 
July 25, 1893. 
Augusts. 1893. 
August 22, 1893. 
August 31, 1893. 
Scptemocr 7, 1893. 
Octobers, 1893. 
October 31, 189). 
November 24, 189o. 
December 5, 1893. 
Decembers, 1893. 
December 7, 1893. 
December 12, 1893. 
December 19, 1893. 
Jar.uary 17. 1894. 
February 10, 1894. 
February 13. 1894. 
February 26, 1894. 
March 30, 1894. 
April 10, 1894. 
April 16, 1894. 
April 17, 1894. 
April 17, 1894. 
April 24, 1894. 
April 26. 1894. 
April 26, 1894. 
April 30, 1894. 
June 18, 1894. 
June 19, 1894. 
July 14, 1894. 
August 28. 1894. 
September 13, 189». 
September 18, 1894. 
September •/7, 1894. 
September 28, 1894. 
October 27, 1894. 



132 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



GREENE COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



James M. Owen . . . 
Jojhua M. Ogden . . 
William 0. Warrick . 
William F. Gallemore 
Ezekiel Rogers . . . 
Godfrey Shryer 
George Sharp . . . 
John A. Phillips - . 
Andrew J. O'Donald 
George H. Shields . . 
Harvey W. Letsinger 
Thomas A. Raper . . 

J. L. Riddle 

James Carpenter . . 
Silas W. Jarvis . . . 
John W. Middleton . 

Max Stein 

Robert R. Taylor . . 
Samuel W. Axtell . . 
Joseph E. Walton . . 
A.W.Dyer. . . . 

William L. Rude . . 



Newberry . . 
Scotland 
Worthington 
Bluomfield . 
Jasonville 
Worthington 
Marco • .• . . 
Nobbieville 
Scotland . . 
Bloomfield . 
Bloomfield 
McVille . . . 
Cincinnati . 
Lyons . . . . 
Lyons . . . . 
Worthington 
Lyons . . . . 
Bloomfield . 
Bloomfield . 
Koleen . . . 
Calvertville . 
Worthington 



November 26, 1892. 
November 28, 1892. 
December 21, 1892. 
December 27, 1892, 
Januarys, 1892. 
March 11, 1892. 
April 19, 1892. 
May 17, 1892. 
June 1, 1892. 
June 27, 1892. 
August 18, 1893. 
August 21, 1893. 
September 5, 1893. 
September 23, 1893. 
October 7, 1893. 
February 28, 1894. 
March 12, 1894. 
March 14, 1894. 
March IS, 1894. 
May S, 1894. 
July 27, 1894. 
September 15, 1894. 



HAMILTON COUNTY. 



Jesse E. Hodgin 


Westfield 

Atlanta 


Novembers, 1892. 
November 8, 1892. 
November 14, 1892. 
November 14, 1892. 
November 23, 1892. 
January 9, 1893. 
January 27, 1893. 
January 31, 1893. 
February 8, 1893. 
February 23, 1893. 
March 2, 1893. 
March 13, 1893. 
March 27. 1893. 
April 4, 1893. 
April 10, 1893. 
April IS, 1893. 
April 20, 1893. 
May 6, 1893. " 
May 10, 1893. 
May 16, 1893. 
July 18, 1893. 




Daniel Goodykoontz 

Joseph A. Roberts 




James A. McMath 






Talemachus P. Holmes 






Richard N. Young 






Finley B PfaflF 

L.O.Clifi'ord. 


Noblesville 

Cicero 




Marcellus B. Walker 


Noblesville 




Thomas E. Kane 


Noblesville 

Atlanta 

Noblesville 




John G. Dunn 




James K. Fisher 




Denny J Mendenhall . 

Thomas .J. Bishop 


Westfield 

Arcadia 




William Neal 






George W. Vestal 


Noblesville 




Joseph W. Babbitt 




John C. Jones 


Noblesville 




Newton W. Cowgill 






James S. Stoner 


Noblesville 




Charles A. Steele ... 




Wallace M. Shumack 

Samuel Griffin 


Hamilton 

Sheridan 


September 18, 1893. 
September 20, 1893. 
October 6, 1893. 
November 18, 1893. 
March 6, 1894. 
March 13, 1894. 
April 4, 1894. 
April 14, 1894. 
April 23, 1894. 
May 11,1894. 
June 19, 1894. 
September 14, 1894. 
September 21, 1894. 
October 30, 1894. 




Geo. W. DuBois 




L. S. Baldwin 


Noblesville 

Noblesville 

Jolietville 




Meade Vestal 




Thomas D. Mills 

W.D.Richards 




Leo C. Wilson 






LeRoy J. Patty 

George F. Conner 


Garmel 




J. F. Neal 


Noblesville 




Thomas C. Ferguson 

Asbury P. Orr 


Noblesville 

Arcadia 









133 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



HANCOCK COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


Luther L. Erganbright 

John W. Ryan 

Charles G. Ofi'ut . . • . . 


New Palestine 

Greenfield 

Greenfield 


Novembers, 1892. 
December 2, 1892, 
January 14, 1893. 




January 25, 1893 




FortviUe 

Eden 


January 25,1893. 




February 1, 1893. 


William B. Bottsford 




Febiuiry 18, 1893. 


Marguerite O'Donnell Pitts 

George A. Carr 

William A. Hughes 


Greenfield 

Greenfield 

Greenfield 

Wariington 

Greenfield 

Greenfield 

Greenfield 

Greenfield 


March 21, 1893. 
April 12, 1893. 
April 19, 1893. 




May 2, 1893. 


James L. Smith 


May 3. 1893. 
May 18, 1893. 


Elmer J. Binford 


November 28, 1893. 


Arthur M. Hadley 


November 28, 1893. 
January 19,1894. 


Walter Bragg , 

John H. Binford 

Thomas R. Pentecost 

Bert Bills . . . . 




February 3, 1894. 


Greenfield . 

McCordsville 

Fortville 

Fortville 


February 6, 1894. 
March 12, 1894. 
March 17, 1894. 


Wm. C. Van Lanirigham 

George W. Sowerwine 


April 7, 1894. 




Aprii 25, 1894. 


Greenfield 

Greenfield 

Greenfield 

McCordsville 

Philadelphia 


July 12, 1894. 




July 12, 1894. 


Marshall B. Gooding 

James H.Kimberlain 

John E. Dye 


October 9. 1894. 
October 15, 1894. 
October 23, 1894. 







HAERISON COUNTY. 



Lafe Crosier . . . 
Thomas J. Wilson . . 
Anthony M. Eisert . 
Jacob Arnold .... 
Henry Wright ... 
William Ridley . . . 
William H.H.Stepp 
Samuel D. Bartley 
William N.Tracewell 
Ed.C.Sappenfield . 
C. E. L.Ste^peton . . 
Benjamin F. Pearson 
Oito Vayles ..... 
Daniel F. Ott . 
Theodore F. Elbert . 
Jacob A. Horner . . 
Ira J. Melton . ... 
George B. Byrum . . 
Benjamin D. Baker . 
Charles N. Dome . . . 
William H. Pyer . . 
Hugh Dawson .... 

M.A.Wolfe 

James A. Barnes . 
George W. Krausgrill 
John R. Summers . . 
Major W. Funk . . . 
William J. Shaw . . 
William E. Chappell 



Laconia 

Corydon 

Lanesville 
New Salisbury . 

Sinks 

Corydon .... 
Convenience . . 

Laconia 

Corydon . . . 
Byrneville . . 
Corydon ..... 

Central 

Palmyra .... 
Palmyra . . 

Laconia 

Hancock .... 
Rehobath .... 
Laconia . . 
Corydon .... 
New Salisbury . 
Crandall ... 

Worth 

Mauekport . . . 
Elizabeth . . . 
New Salisbury . 
Evans' Landing 

Corydon 

Laconia . 

New Middletown 



December 23, 1892. 
January 24, 1893. 
March 8, 1893. 
March 9, 1893. 
March 13, 1893. 
April 22, 1893. 
April 24, 1893. 
April 25, 1893. 
May 5, 1893. 
May 15, 1893. 
June 15, 1893. 
June 15, 1893. 
June 16, 1893. 
June 17, 1893. 
August 29, 1893. 
September 7, 1893. 
September 25, 1893. 
October 14, 1893. 
November 20, 1893. 
December 1, 1893. 
January 31. 1894, 
February 14, 1894. 
May 14, 1894. 
May 17, 1894. 
June 28. 1894. 
September 5, 1894. 
September 24, 1894. 
October 5, 1894. 
October 30, 1894. 



134 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
HENDRICKS COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. Date of Commission. 




Listen 


November 23, 1892. 




Brownsburg 


December 1, 1892. 


Ca«h C Hadley 


December 21, 1892. 


J.M.Tolle • 

James W. Porter 


Brownsburg 

Plainfield 

Browntburg . . 

Pittsboro 

Danville 

Danville 


December 23, 1892. 
June 25, 1893. 
February 14, 1893. 


Alfred Walters 


April 20, 1893. 


George W. Brill • 


April 22, 1893. 




May 6, 1893. 


Charles S Dilley . 


Cartersburg 


August 19, 1893. 


Maude L. Downard 

Grafton W.Seaton : . . . 


Danville 

Cartersburg 

Danville 


September 1,1893. 
September 23, 1893. 
October 2n, 1893. 


Amos Bramell 




November 4, 1893. 




November fi. 1893. 


Edward J. Smith 

Richard P Harper 


Clayton . . 

New Winchester 

Plainfield •• 


November?, 1893. 
January 15,1894. 




January 22, 1894. 




Danville 


Februsry 17. 1894. 


George T. PatUrson 




March 30, 1894. 




April 25, 1894. 






May 2, 1894. 






May 15,1894. 


W H. Fleece 


North Salem 

Belleville . . 

Danville 


May 31. 1894. 




August 14, 1894. 


TTiia-h H Hadlev 


August 31, 1894. 









HENEY COUNTY. 



0. P. M.Thompson . 
Samuel W. 0<'erman 
James L. Shfrlton ■ . 
J. W . Kitterman . . 
William F. Rawlins . 
John S. Hazelrjgg . . 
George W. Pitman . . 
William F. Brykett . 
Walter S. Garritson . 
Adolph Rrgers .... 
Oliver H. Nixon . . . 
Enoch A. Nation . . 
William B.Gray. . . 
Albert D Ogborn . . 
Joseph M. Brown , . 
Benjamin F. Koons ■ 
John C. Keller . . . 
Charles B.'lhompson 
Imla R. Showalter . 

Clay C.Hunt 

Frank A. Wisehart . 
David W. Kinsey . . 
Miles L. Reed .... 
William H. Keesling 
Charles M. Butler . 

Levi Uhlrich 

Josiah P. Bogue ■ . . 
Charles N. Mikels . ■ 
George L. Swain . . . 
James H. Jones . . . 
George W. Bunch . . 
Mark M. Morris . . . 
Samuel H. Brown . . 
David H. Hudelson . 
M. S. Reddick . • 
William E. Jeffrey . 



Blountville . . 

Maple Valley . . 

Kniehtstown . . 

Shirley 

New Cattle . . 

Straughn . . . . 

New Castle . . 

Knightstown . . 

Knightstown . . 

New Cattle . . 

Spieeland . . . . 

New Castle . . . 

Knightstown . . 

New Castle . . . 

New Castle . . . 

Newcastle . . . 

Lewisville . . . . 
Sulphur Springs 

Kennard . . . . 

New Castle . . . 

Middletown . . 

New Castle . . . 

New Castle . . . 

Mechanicsburg . 

Knightstown . . 

Greensboro . . . 

Spieeland . . . . 

New Castle . . . 

Middletown . . . 

New Castle . . . 

New Castle . . . 

Knightstown . . 

New Castle . . . 

Dunreith . . . . 

Knightstown . . 

New Castle . . . 



Novembfr21,1892. 
February 2, 1893. 
February 8. 1893. 
February 28, 1893. 
March 9, 1893. 
April?, 1893. 
April 13, 1893. 
April 20, 1893. 
April 28,1893. 
July 12, 1893. 
July 24, 1893. . 
September 6, 1893. 
September 12, 1893. 
September 21. 1893. 
October 27, 1893. 
November 13, 1893. 
December 18, 1893. 
December 22, 1893. 
January 3, 1894. 
January 22, 1894. 
January 30, 1894. 
February 19, 1894. 
March 16, 1894. 
March 20, 1894. 
March 31, 1894. 
May 4, 1S94. 
May 11, 1894. 
May 14, 1894. 
May 23, 1894. 
June 30, 1894. 
July 30, 1894. 
July 30, 1894. 
October 6, 1894. 
October 8, 1894. 
October 20, '894. 
October 31, 1894. 



135 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

HOWAED COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Milton Bell 

H.M. Sailors 

J. S. Joh 

W.H.Orr ..... . 

John A. Bechtel ... 

Minnie Beale 

Thomas J. Hawkins . . 
Willi 'm A. Freeman . 
John T. Collins . . . . 

James Elliott 

Edna Coffin 

Henry Shrock 

W. E.Blacklidge . . . 
James D Johnson . . 

Levi P. Rich 

Nelle Cooper 

Charlton Bull 

E. E. Springer 

Charles A. Henry . . . 

B. C. Lincoln 

W. P. Woody 

Charles M. Hodson . . 

Fannie Cooper 

M.S. Maple 

John T.Pickett .... 
Cassius C. Shirley . . . 

W.B.Woods 

Joseph C. Herron . . . 
Thomas C. McReynolds 
Bessie Daily .... 

George W. Kemp . . . 

W.H. Hull 

Amandus N. Grant . . 
William F. Mann . . . 

R. M. Cooper 

D.J.Rudy 

Charles A. Jay .... 
William L. Thrasher . 

L.C.Miller 

Ira C. Hoopes ... 
Charles H. Allison . . . 
William P. Jones . . . 
William E. Kepler . . . 
James F. Morrison . . 

M.F. Brand 

Charles 0. Willits . . . 

C.F.Templin 

Frank N. Stratton . . . 
W.C.Overton .... 
Samuel A. Culver . . . 
Sylvanus Barrett . . . 

Ida I. Ward 

W.H Wherrett .... 
Amy Jones 



Kokomo 

Kokomo 

Sims, Grant County 

Kokomo 

Kokomo 

Kokomo 

Greentown 

Guy 

Kokomo 

Kokomo 

Kokomo ...... 

Plevna . 

Kokomo 

Kokomo 

Kokomo 

Kokomo 

Grt entown ' 

Kokomo 

Kokomo 

Kokomo 

Kokjmo 

Kokomo 

Kokomo 

Kokomo 

Kokomo 

Kokomo 

Greentown 

Kokomo 

Kokomo 

Kokomo 

Russiaville 

Centre 

Kokomo 

Kok imo 

Kokomo 

Hemlock 

Kokomo 

Greentown 

Alto 

Kokomo 

Kokomo 

Oakford • 

Phlox 

Kokomo 

Kokomo 

Kokomo 

Greentown 

Kokomo 

Kokomo 

Kokomo 

Guy 

Kokomo 

Kokomo 

Alto 



November 17, 1892. 
December 13. 1892. 
Decemb;r27, 1892. 
January 7, 1891. 
January 16, 1893. 
January 16, 1893. 
January 27, 1893. 
February 3, 1893. 
February 10, 1893. 
February 16, 1893. 
February 27, 1893. 
March 15, 1893. 
March 17, 1893. 
March 22, 1893. 
March 22, 1893. 
March 23, 1893. 
April 6. 1893. 
April 8,1893. 
May 31, 1893. 
June 8, 1893. 
June 20, 1893. 
June 22, 1893. 
Augusts, 1893. 
Augusts, 1893. 
August 5, 1893. 
August 18, 1893. 
August 28, 1893. 
September 11. 1893. 
October 11, 1893. 
October 30, 1893. 
October 30, 1893. 
October 30, 1893. 
October 30, 1893. 
November 4, 1893. 
November 11, 1893. 
November 11, 1893. 
December 27, 1893. 
December 27, 1893. 
January 4, 1894. 
January 5, 1894. 
January 5, 1894. 
February 8, 1894. 
February 14, 1894. 
April 28,1894. 
June 9, 1894. 
June 29, 1894. 
August 28, 1894. 
August 29, 1894. 
September 6, 1894. 
September 13, 1894. 
September 24, 1894. 
September 25, 1894. 
October 9, 1894. 
October 19. 1894. 



HUNTINGTON COUNTY. 



William A. Branyan . 
Mary E.Dobson . . . 
Samuel M. Sayles . . 

John G. Price 

John A. Barsh .... 
Thomas J. Sickapoose 
Levi L, Simons. . . . 
Charles L. Hackett. . 

E.C. Olds 

Eli E.Allen 

Eli P. Miller 



Huntington 
Huntington 
Huntington 
Huntington 
Huntington 
Huntington 
Warren . . 
Roanoke. . 
Roanoke. . 
HuntingtoH 
Warren . . 



November 19, 1892. 
November 22, 1892. 
November 26, 1892. 
January 17, 1893. 
February 20, 1893. 
April 20, 1893. 
July 10, 1893. 
September 2, 1893. 
September 7, 1893. 
September 23, 1893. 
November 9, 1893. 



136 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

HUNTINGTON COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date hf Commission. 


John L. Williams 

F.M.Cole 


Warren ... ... 


November 27, 1H9.3. 
December 22, 1893. 


Joseph F.Bickel 

Francis M Huff 


Huntington 


January 9, 1894:. 
January 25, 1894. 
February 6, 1894. 
February 19, 1894. 




Hunt'ngton 


William C. Kocher 




Huntington 


February 2i, 1894. 
March?. 1894. 






Huntington 


March 7, 1894. 


Harvey H Miller. 


April 12, 1894. 
April 13, 1894. 
May 22, 1894. 
Auoust 3, 1894. 


Absalom R. Large 

George W. McClelliin ........ 

William P. Reese 


Mt. Etna 

Bippus 









JACKSON COUNTY. 



Henry H. Finch . . . 
W.M.Campbell . . 
Oscar H. Montgomery 
John M. Lewis . . 
Fred. J. Meyer .... 
William L. Boyate . 
Thomas M, Honan 
James F. Applewhite 
Andrew J. Lee .... 
William H. Ewing 
George W. Gibson . . 
David J. Griffith . . . 
William S. Stage . . . 
James M. Sheets . . 
James H. Davis . . . 
Elias M. Alter .... 
Fred. Miller . . 
Peter Agnes .... 
William 1 . Owen . . 

C.H. Spray 

William R. England . 
George M. Fenley . . 
William H. Warner . 
A.H.Maruel . . . 



Freetown . . . , 
Seymour . , 

Seymour . . , 
Crothersville . . 

Vallonia 

Brownstown . 
Seymour ... 
Brownstown . 
Sparksville . . , 

Ewing 

Houston . . . 
Tampico . . , 
Vallonia . . . , 
Maumee . . - 
Maumee . . , 
Brownstown . , 
Vallonia . . . , 
Norman Station 
Medora . . 
Seymour. ... 

Seymour 

Medora .... 
Crothersville . 
Freetown ... 



Januarys, 1893. 
February 7, 1893. 
February 15, 189X. 
February 17, 1893. 
July 5, 1893. 
September 19, 1893. 
October 9, 1893. 
November 18, 1893. 
January 2, 1894. 
January 13, 1894. 
February 6, 189!. 
February 23, 1894. 
March 2, 1894. 
March 6, 1891. 
April 10, 1894. 
April 21, 894. 
April 25, 1894. 
April 28, 1894. 
May 11, 1894. 
June 11, 1894. 
July 10, 1894. 
July 25, 1894. 
August 27, 1894. 
October 13, 1894. 



JASPER COUNTY. 



John M. Helmick . . . . 

Clark McColly 

Ransom E Halleck . . 
David J. Thompson . . . 
Charles Guy Spitler . . . 
George K. Hollingsworth 
George A. Ohappell . . 
Alfred W. Hopkins . . . 
Nathaniel W. Reeve . . . 
Carrie Clark . . . . 

Christopher C. Jones . . . 
Judson H. Perkins . . . . 

Frank Foltz 

J. H. Chapman . ■ . . . 
William B. Austin . . . . 
James W. Douthitt. . . . 



Wheatfield 

Rensselaer 

Kniman . . 

Rensselaer 

Rensselaer 

Rensselaer 

Remington 

Rensselaer 

Rensselaer 

Rensselaer 

TefFt . . 

Rensselaer 

Rensselaer 

Rensselaer 

Rensselaer 

Rensselaer 



December 21. 1892. 
March 22, 1893. 
March 25, 1893. 
March 28. 1893. 
April 6, 1893. 
April 8, 1891. 
April 29, 1893. 
September 28, 1893. 
October 2S, 18^3. 
November 16, 1893. 
November 16, 1893. 
January 27. 1894. 
March 28, 1894. 
August 28, n91. 
September 18, 1894. 
September 26, 1894. 



137 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

JAY COUNTY. 



NAME, 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Eli B. Mooney 

Earl W. Soper ... 
C.H.Shookney .... 
George T. Whitakir . . 
Elmer E. James 
Jesse J. LaFallette . . 

Oscar H. Adair 

David V. Baker .... 

John W.Hall 

David T. Taylor .... 
John P.O. Shanks . . . 

James L. Sish 

J.J. McKinney .... 

Daniel Wilt 

William R. Wheat . . 

A.S. Hunt 

Nicholas Huart .... 
Frank B. Jaqua ... 
Edward B. Fitzpatriek 
George E. McLaughlin 
Frank Dennis .... 
Benjamin T. Miller . . 
Isaac L. Williams . . . 
S. A. D.Whipple .... 
Charles W. McLaughlin 

Henry Heister 

Lucy Lee Clark .... 

J. F. Denney 

Lewis C. Chamberlin . 
J. A. Sifred .... 

James P. Hamilton . . 
Harvey B.Koon . . . . 
John R. Perdieu . . . 
Thomas C. Perdieu . . 
Nimrod Headington 
George L. Stansbury . 
John F. LaFollette . . 
John W. Headinston . 
James P Harruff . . . 

Joseph H. Sell 

William C. Cartwright 

Frank White 

M. A. Glentzer • . . 
Theophilus Brumbaugh 

R.W.Elder 

John W. Watt 

John W. Holmes .... 

Joseph L Carl 

John T. Rook 

John T.Sutton . . . . 
Frank H. Snyder . . . 
Alfred H. Bushong . . . 



Redkey . . . . 

Balbec 

Dunkirk . . . . 
Portland . . . . 
Portland . . . . 
Portland . . . . 
Portliind • . . . 
Portland . . . . 
Portland . , . . 
Portland . . . . 
Portland . . . , 

Poling 

Redkey . . . . 
Redkey . . . . 
Mills' Corner . . 
Pennviile . . , 
New Corydon 
Poriland . . . 
r)uikiik . . . . 
p. rlind . . . . 
I'unliirk . . . . 

P iwers 

B>Ibec . . . , 
Porthind . . . . 
Portland . . . . 
Boundary . . . . 
Portland . . . . 
Po.iland . . . 
Portl nd . . . . 
Pennviile . . . , 
Du'ikirk 
New Pittsburgh 
Portland . .. . 
Portland . . . . 
Poitl«nd . . . , 
P( rtland . . . , 
Po tland . . . , 
Hortliind . . . , 
Salamonia . . . 
Pennviile . . . , 
Portland . . , 
Portland . . . , 

Rriint 

Redkey . . . . 
Portland ... 
Fiatt .... 
Portland . . . 
Dunkirk . . . 
Dunkirk . . . 
Dunkirk . . . 
P(jrda.nd . . . 
Hector .... 



November 1,1892. 
November 21. 1892. 
November 22, 1892. 
Novfinber25, 1892. 
December 12, 1892. 
Dacember20, 1892. 
December 20. 1892. 
January 7. 1893. 
January 27, 1893. 
February 13, 1893. 
February 20, 1893. 
February 22. 1893. 
Marrh 11,1893. 
March 13, 1893. 
March 20, 1S;93. 
March 25, 1893. 
April 3, 1893. 
A!>ril =1, 1893. 
Apr.l 12, 1S93. 
Junel, 1893. 
Ju'ie.^, 1893. 
July 1,1893. 
July 14,1893. * 
July 24, 1893. 
August 17,1893. 
Seiitember 22, 1893. 
Se!.tfmber28, 1893. 
December 16, 1893. 
I'e ember 22, 1893. 
December 28, 1893. 
January 10, 1891. 
January 16, 1894. 
January 19, 1>94. 
January 19,1894. 
February 2, 1894. 
Februnry21,1894. 
February 21, 1891. 
February 21, 1891. 
March 13, 1894. 
March 27, 1894. 
April 13, 1894. 
April ,30, 1894. 
May 7, 1894. 
May 12,1894. 
May 24. 1894. 
June 11, 1894. 
June 15, 1894. 
August 18, 1894. 
August 22, 1894. 
August 31, 1894. 
September 12, 1894. 
September 20, 1894. 



JEFFERSON COUNTY. 



Gamaliel S. Taylor . . . 

Fred. T. Reed 

Simon E. Leland . . . . 
James Vincent Rawlings 
Daniel P Monroe . . , 

Charles Kobe 

Joseph P. Wells 

J.K. Meyer 

Samuel H. Wilson . . . , 
Oscar H. Benham . . . , 
Lorenzo D.Dailey . . , 
George W. Waters . . . . 
Clarence J. Roberts . . , 
Daniel E. Monroe ... 
Green B. Giltner . . . . , 



Madison . . . . 
Brooksburg . . 
Madison .... 

Wirt 

Saluda . . . . 
North Madison 
Madisi n . . . 
Madison . . . . 
Deputy 

Marble Hill . . 
Brooksburg . . 
North Madison 
Madison . . . . 
Saluda . . . . 
Lancaster . . . 



November 9, 1892. 
November 17, 1892, 
February 28, 1893. 
March 28, 1893. 
March 29, 1893. 
April 7, urn. 
April 8. 1893. 
April 10,1893. 
April 11,1893. 
April 20, 1893. 
April 21,1893. 
April 28, 1893. 
May 25, 1893. 
June 29, 1893. 
July 25, 1893. 



138 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

JEFFEKSON COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. Date of Commission. 




November 3, 1893. 




North Madison . 

Madison 


November 16, 1893. 


Lincoln V. Cravens 

Isaac W. Woods 

Jerome W. Flanders . . 

Charles D. Scott 

B.A.Nay 

Martha S Marshall 


November 27, 1893. 
December 26, 1893. 


Dupont 

Mciiregor 


January 12, 1894. 
January 15, 1894. 
January 16, 1894. 




February 5, 1894. 






May 1,1894. 


Edward S Roberts ... 




May 10, 1894. 


Edward Seidel 

Wallace R Tibbitts ■ • . 


Madison 


May 16, 1894. 
May 17. 1894. 


William H. Myers 

F. M.Lee 


Madison 

Levi 


June 12, 1894. 
September 6, 1894. 


Joseph R. Williams 


September 8, 1894. 
September 20, 1894, 


Madison 







JENNINGS COUNTY. 



George K. Lav. i'<.nce . 
Lincoln Dixon . . . 
John H. Rogers . . . 
James H. Wilson . . 
Dalton Hinchman . . 
Glin Bundy . ... 
George H. Corya . . . 
William T.Johnson . 
William Fitzgerald . 
Frank E. Little . . . 

H. C. Malroy 

Silas W.Blake . . . . 
George W. ShaEFer 
Alexander Shepherd 
William H. H. Boyd . 
Frank F. Free-king . . 
William S. Matthews 
Daniel Bacon .... 
Medad Green . . . . 
W.S.Prather . . . . 
James R. Pool . . . 
Amanda M. O'Conner 
J. E. Amick 



North Vernon 
North Vernon . 

Slate 

Paris Crossicg 
Vernon . . . . 
Vernon . . . . 
North Vernon . 
Nebraska . . . 
North Vernon . 
North Vernon . 
Ncrth Vernon . 

Zen as 

North Vernon . 
North Vernon . 
Butlerville . . 
Vernon . . . . 
North V^ernon . 
North Vernon . 
Queensviile . . 
North Vernon . 
Brewersville . 
North Vernon . 
Scipio 



Novembers. 1892. 
December 19, 1892. 
December 23, 1892. 
December 27, 1892. 
February 14, 1893. 
March 25, 1893. 
April 6, 1893. 
April 22, 1893. 
May 2, 1893. 
May 5, 1893. 
July 6,1893. 
August 16, 1893. 
September 8, 1893. 
March 14, 1894. 
March 23, 1894. 
July 30, 1894. 
August 6. 1894. 
August 13, 1894. 
September 4, 1894. 
September 11, 1894. 
October 3, 1894. 
October 22, 1894. 
October 23, 1894. 



JOHNSON COUNTY. 



Ali-x;ii,dcr .■^. tlems . . 
William C. Thompson . 
William D. Vanarsdall 
William Eldridge . . 
Alonzo M. Ragsdale . . 
David A. Leach . . . 
Marine L. Herbert . . . 
Charles B. Henderson . 
John F. Crawford . . . 
W. F Crawford . . . . 
Samuel M. Dunham . . 
Jesse Overstreet . . . . 
Samuel A. Wilson . . . 
Elihu P. Barker . . . 
Edward F. White . . . 
Shadrack C. Brown . . 
Samuel K. Brewer . . . 
Andrew .J. Laughery . 
Samuel P. Oyler . . . 
W. T. Pritchard . . . . 
George I. White . . . . 
J. M. Drybread 



Franklin . 
Whiteland 
Gre^enwood 
Franklin 
Franklin . 
Edinburg . 
Franklin . 
Greenwood 
Greenwood 
Nineveh . . 
Franklin . 
Franklin . 
Franklin . 
Franklin . 
Franklin . 
Whiteland 
Edinhurg . 
Franklin . 
Franklin . 
Fninklin . 
Nineveh . . 



December 20, 1892. 
January 9, 1893. 
February 27, 1893. 
April 28, 1893. 
April 28, 1893. 
July 24, 1893. 
July 25, 1893. 
July 28, 1893. 
September 22, 1893. 
September 25, 1893. 
September 25, 1893. 
November 9, 1893. 
November 13, 1893. 
December 16, 1893. 
January 2, 1894. 
May 12, 1894. 
June 30, 1894. 
August 25, 1894. 
September 4, 1894. 
Septembers, 1894. 
September 19, 1894. 
October 2, 1894. 



139 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

KNOX COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date op Commission. 



Orlando H. Cobb 

James L. Culbertson . . . 
Samuel W. Williams . . . 
Thomas A. Dawson .... 
James D. Williams . . . . 

John T. Willis 

Sylvester Horrall .... 
Clarence B. Kessinger . . 

Milton P. Ghee 

H.J.Foulks 

Frank Stoelting 

Henry L. Renner 

William S. Hoover .... 
Herman Buekthal .... 

Mary W. Scott 

Abbie Cosgrove 

John G. Hart 

James S. Pritchett .... 

Fred. Hall 

Cora R. Glmbel 

Charles B. Robbing .... 
Benjamin M. Willoughby 

O.B. Williamson 

Charles B. Judah ..... 
William L. Tewalt .... 
William 0. Hughes . . . 
Nellie Williamson .... 

R. J. Greenhow 

Edgar H. D. Wolf ... 
George W. Mayfield . . . 

A. P. Convery 

R.S. Drummond 

William E. Bonewits . 
Carlin Utterbaek. . . . 

John H. Barnetts 

B.Curtis VanKirk .... 

Frank S. Lamar 

William C. Mason .... 

John A. Smith 

■Jonathan Keith 

Robert L Buckles .... 
Millard F. Ireland .... 
William H. Pennington . 
John H. Robinson .... 
William B. Grigsby . . . 



Vincennes . . . . 
Edwardsrort . . . 
Vinc-nnes ... 
Vincennes . . . . 
Pond Creek Mills 

Bruceville 

Red Cloud . . . . . 
Vincennes . . . . . 

Vincennes 

Vincennes 

Westphalii . . . , 
Sandborn . . . . , 

Vincennes 

Freelandville . . , 

Vincennes 

Vincennes. . . . , 

Bicknel , 

Vincennes . . . . , 
Vincennes . . , . 

Vincennes 

Vincennes 

Vincennes 

\^ineennes . . . . 
Vincennes. , . . , 

Vincennes 

Vincennes. . . . 
Vincenn;s. ... 

Vincennes 

Vincennes 

Bruceville 

Vincennes . . . . , 

Oaktown 

Monroe City . . . . 
Vincennes. . . , 
Monroe City. . . , 
Monroe Ci.y . . . . 

Vincennes 

Vincennes 

Decker 

Vincennes. . . , 

Bicknell 

Edivardsport . . 

Vincennes 

Vincennes. ... 
Oaktown ..... 



November 22, 1892. 
December 12. 1892. 
Janufiry4, 1893, 
Janunry 5,1893. 
January 21, 1893. 
Januiry 31,1893. 
January 31, 1893. 
Januiry 31,1893. 
February 9, 1893. 
February 22, 1893. 
Febriary28, 1893. 
April -t, 1893. 
April 19, 1893. 
April 24, 1893. 
April 26, 1893. 
May 1, 1893. 
May 25, 1893. 
October 18, 1893. ■ 
October 18,1893. 
October 7, 1893. 
October 18, 1893. 
October 24, 1893. 
November 22, 1893. 
December 7, 1893. 
December 18, 1893, 
January 4, 1894. 
January 6, 1894. 
January 16, 1894. 
January 22, 1894. 
Januiry 23, 1894. 
January 26, 1894. 
February 19, 1894. 
February 21,1894. 
February 28, 1894. 
March 19, 1894. 
March 19, 1894. 
April 27, 1894. 
May 1,1894, 
May 8, 1894. 
May 22, 1894. ' 

June 12, 1894. 
July 27, 1894. 
July 31, 1894. 
September 29, 1894. 
October 5, 1894. 



KOSCIUSKO COUNTY. 



James W. Cook . . 
Charles A Funk . . 
Lloyd W.Dunlap . 
Albert D.'tbear . . 
John R.Weiss . . . 
Elizabeth Christian 
Elsie Parks . . . 
Samson J. North 
Levi R. Stookey . . 
John A. Mock . . . 
OdellOldfather . . 
Joseph H. Taylor . 
Smith K. Vawter . 
Henry U. Graham . 
Lulu H. Haymond . 
Daniel S. Neff . . . 
OmarF.NefiF . . 
Nathan O.Welch . 
Samuel Melick . . 
William M. Summy 
John F. Johnston . 
Francie E. Bowser . 
John H. Brubaker . 
Sabin V. Robison . 



Warsaw . . . 

Warsaw . . . 

Sevastopool . . 

Warsaw . . . 

Warsaw . . . . 

Warsaw . . . 

Warsaw . . . . 

Mil ford . . . . 

Warsaw . . . . 
North Webster 

Warsaw . . . . 

Pieroeton . . . 
Vawter's Park 
Etna Green 

Wai-saw . . . 

Milford . . , . 

Milford . . . . 

Leesburg . . . 

Etna Green . . 

Leesburg . . . 

Mentone . . . 

Warsaw . . . . 

Warsaw . . . . 

Warsaw . . . . 



November 16. 1892. 
November 28, 1892. 
December 2, 1892. 
December 14, 1892. 
Februiry 4, 1893. 
February 7, 1893. 
April 26, 1893. 
May 25, 1893. 
May 29, 1893 
September 11, 1893. 
September 28, 1893. 
October 4, 1893. 
October 26, 1893. 
November 13, 1893. 
Decembers, 1893. 
January 27, 1894, 
January 27, 1894. 
February 10, 1894. 
February 17, 1894. 
March 2, 1894. 
June 7, 1894. 
June 12, 1894. 
September 17, 1894. 
October 30, 1894. 



140 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



LAGRANGE COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. , 


Date of Commission. 


J S Drake . . 




November 25, 1892. 






December 23, 1892. 




South Mil ford 

Wolcottville 

Wolcottville 


April 22, 1893. 




May 16, 1893. 




September 9, 1893. 




October 3,1893. 


Abel B Bennett ... - .... 


Turkey Creek 


October 10, 1893. 


John E. McClaskey 

Joseph Sewell 


December 11, 1893. 




January 11, 1894. 




February 1=>, 1894. 




Lagrange 

Wolcottville 


May 15, 1894. 


Theodore A. Redmond 


September 13, 1894. 



LAKE COUNTY. 



Frank N. Gavit 

John B. Peterson .... 

David W.Allen 

Byron C. Morton 

Armanis F, Knolts . . . 
Wilbur B. Reading . . 
John F. Burroughs . . ■ 
Thad. S. Fancher . . . . 

John Krenter 

Amos Allman 

Stella Colby 

Fred. J. Fife 

Robert Gregory 

LeGrandT. M^yer . . . 
Herman C. Beckmann, Jr 

Otto J. Bruce 

Geo. W. Waters .... 
James G. Davidson ■ . . 
Ernest L. ?hortridge . . 

John G. Erdlitz 

William F. Mashino . . . 
Bernard M. Burhaus . . 
Herman Sasse ..... 
Lyman Allen Salisbury . 
George W. Lewis .... 

James E. Twitt 

Milton W. Peter.-on . . . 

Herbert 8. Barr 

John M. Brennel . . . 
Wellington A. Clark . . 

Virgil S Reiter 

Edwin J. Forresi ... 
Edward C. Griesel .... 
Joseph H.Conruy . . . 

James H. Love 

George Stephens ..... 

Lawrence Cox 

Walter L. Allmon . . . . 
Walter H. Hammond . . 



Whiting . 
Crown Point 
Hobart . . 
Crown Point 
Hammind. . 
Uammnnd. . 
Hammond. . 
Crown Point 
Hammond. . 
Crown Point 
Crown Point 
East Chicago 
Hammond. 
Hammond. . 
Brunswick . 
Crown Point 
Lowell . 
Whiting . . 
Hammond. . 
Whiting . . 
Hammond. . 
Hammond. . 
Crown Point 
Crown Point 
Hammond . 
Whiting . . 
Dyer . . . 
Crown Point 
East ChicagT 
Crown Point 
Hammond. . 
Crown Point 
Crown Point 
Hobart 
LeRoy . . . . 
East Chicago 
Hammond. . 
Crown Point 
Hammond. . 



December 7, 1892. 
December 27, 1892. 
January 11,1893. 
February 1, 1893. 
February 10, 1893. 
February 27, 1893. 
Afril3, 1893. 
April 5. 1893. 
April 27, 1893. 
April 27,1893. 
May 10, 1893. 
June 2, 1893. 
August 5, 1893. 
August 15, 1893. 
August 26, 1893. 
September 7, 1893. 
September 19, 1893. 
November 6, 1893. 
November 11, 1893. 
December 11, 1893. 
January 4, 1894. 
January 8, 1894. 
January 15, 1894. 
February 7, 1894. 
March 26, 1894. 
March 29. 1891. 
April 25, 1894. 
May 12, 1894. 
May 24, 1894. 
June 5, 1894. 
June 16, 1894. 
July 27, 1894. 
August 20, 1894. 
September 5, 1894. 
September 7, 1894. 
September 25, 1894. 
September 26, 1894. 
September 27, 1S94. 
October 27, 1894. 



141 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



LAPORTE COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


Herbert W. Fox 




December 5, 1892 


Albert J. Stahl . . 

Elijah R. Johnson 


Laporte 

Door Village 

Door Village ........ 

Michigan City 

Laporte 

Laporte 

Wanatah 

Haskells 

Wellsboro 

Stillwell 

Michigan City 


December 20, 1892. 
January 16, 1893. 




January 16, 1893. 
January 26, 1893. 
February 4, 1893. 
February 10, 1893. 
February 27, 1893. 
March 16, 1893. 




William B. Biddle 

Morgan H. Weir 

Edward F. Mitzner 




March 16, 1893. 


Joseph A. Wherrett 

James F. Gallaher 

Ellsworth B Weir 


March 16, 1893. 
March 21, 1893. 
June 5, 1893 


Clarence E. Osborn 

James P. Knight 

William E. Higgins 

Worth W.Pepple 

Anna A. Hews 


Wanatah 


June 9, 1893. 
July 3, 1893. 
July 25, 1893. 
August 14, 1893 








August 29, 1893 






December 4, 1893. 


E. R. Adams . 


Rolling Prairie 

Michigan City 


January 13, 1894. 
February 10, 1894. 






February 26, 1894. 






March 28, 1894 


Fannie B. Higgins 

William Ohmiog, Jr 

Charles H. Truesdell 

J. M. McCurdy 

Georee L. Thompson 

Jennie McKeon 




April 27, 1894. 
June 11, 1894. 
June 21, 1894. 
June 21, 1894. 
July 6, 1894. 
August 28, 1894. 


Michigan City 

Laporte 

Wanatah 




Jeremiah B. Collins 

Joseph A. Manning 


Michigan City 

Michigan City 

Michigan City 


September 8, 1894. 
September 10, 1894. 
October 15, 1894. 
October 22, 1894. 


Isidore I. Spiro 

Williim C. Miller 









LAWEENCE COUNTY. 



John S Mavity .... 
J. H. McPheeters . . . 
Alfred F. Berry . . . 
Robert N. Palmer . . 
William Tanksley . . 
William U. Mwrtin . . 
George H. Wilkinson 
Edward F. Allen . . . 
Samutl S. Doman . . 
Frank L. Mulkey . . . 
Oliver McLahlan . . . 
Joseph M.Trowbridge 
Edward J. Robinson 
Francis M. Hall . . . 

Riley Jones 

Thomas L.Neideffer . 
James Faubion .... 
George 0. Iseminger . 
Addison W. Bare . . . 
Hayden H. Walls . . 
Thomas V. Thornton . 



Williams . . 
Bedford 

River Vhle . 

Bedford . . . 

Mitchell. . . 

Bedford . . . 
Yocky 

Fayetteville , 

Bedford . . 

Bedford . . . 

Bedford . . . 

Georgia . . . 

Bedford . . . 

Williams . . 

Huron . . . . 
Bono . . 

Heltonville . 

Bedford . . 
Bryantsville 

Bedford . . 
Bed'ord 



November 21,1892. 
February 1,1893. 
March 14, 1893. 
March 28, 1893. 
April 28, 1893. 
May 1, 1893. 
May 1, 1893. 
May 1, 1893. 
Novembers, 1893. 
November 20, 1893. 
January 30, 1894. 
February 8, 1894. 
February 21, 1-94. 
November 9, 1894. 
November 12, 1894. 
April 21, 1894. 
May 15, 1894. 
May 23, 1894. 
July 6, 1894. 
September 10, 1894, 
September 10, 1894. 



142 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
MADISOX COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



William W. Paddock 
Edmund Johnson 
John D. Wallingford 
Daniel W. Scanlan . . 
Adda V.Irish . . . 
William A. Kitlinger 
Leander M. Schwinn 
William W.Barton . 
Edgar S. Blackard 
Charles L. Henry . . 
Jesse E. Hall .... 
Nicholas Harper . . 
W. Albert Sprong 
Jam3s Dawcly .... 
J. E. Lanck ... 
Wm. W. Mamifold . 
Wm. P. Randall . . 
John P. Fear .... 
Francis James .... 
Wilbur W. Harrison 
Geo. W. Sigler . . . 
Mahlor T. Morris 
John J. Howard 
Darius E. McDonald 
James M. Russell , . 
James M. Farlow . . 
Elmer E. Carter . . . 
W.H.Cross .... 
William Rowland . . 
Ora E. Chapia .... 
Cora Robinson .... 
S. C. Dalrymple . . . 

A.M.Cole 

E.-B. Chamness . . . 
Anderson B. Lee . . 
Idi Greenlee .... 
Richard B. O'Neill . 
Sanford M. Keltner . 
Allen Richwine . . 
Samuel A. Forkner . 
Robert C. Glassco . . 
Wm.R. West .... 
Geo. E. Haynes . . . 
Samuel P. Moore . . 
Addison D. Williams 
Jerry Simmons . . . 
Stephen Metcalf. . . 
Byron MeMahon . . 
Thos. F. Cornelius . 
M. Elmer Waite ... 
Chas. E. Helire ... 
F. C. Johnson .... 

IraF. Miller 

Elbert S. Griffin ... 
James M. Doamelly . 
J. H.St. John ... 
Williim S. Beeson . . 
Frank T. Pulse ... 
James A. May . . . . 
David 0. French . . 
Alva R. Kaufman . . 
Richard F. Broadoent 
Frank P. Poster . . . , 

John Finan 

James E Rinehart . 
Jesse C. Shuman ... 
Otto F. Buettner . . . . 
Leonidas A. Rizer . . 
Morey M. Dunlap . . 
Charles O'Crawley . . 
Geo. S. Parker .... 



Alexandria . 
Anderson . . 
Alexandria . 
Anderson . . 
Anderson . . 
Anderson . . 
Anderson . . 
Anderson . . 
Orestes . . . 
Anderson . . 
Alexandria . 
Anderson . . 
Anderson 
Summitville 
Alexandria . 
Alfont. . . . 
Alfont. . . . 
Summitville 
Elwood . . 
Anderson . . 
Frankton . . 
Summitville 
Summitville 
Elwood . . . 
Lapel . . . . 
Frankton . . 
Frankton . . 
Frankton . . 
Anderson . . 
Alexandria . 
Elwood . . . 
Alexandria . 
Elwood . . 
Alexandria - 
Summitville 
Elwood ._ . . 
Summitville 
Anderson . . 
Anderson . . 
Anderson . . 
Anderson . . 
Anderson . . 
Elwood . . 
Anderson . . 
Anderson . . 
Summitville 
Anderson ■. . 
Anderson . . 
Anderson . . 
Frankton . . 
Anderson . . 
Anderson . . 
i-filman . . . 
Elwood . . . 
Anderson . . 
Anderson . . 
Summitville 
Anderson . . 
Alexandria . 
Frankton . . 
Summitville 
Elwood . . . 
Anderson . . 
Elwood • . . 
Alexandria 
Anderson . . 
Anderson . . 
Alex;indria . 
Anderson . . 
An lerson . . 
Alexandria . 



November 10, 1892. 
November 21, 1892. 
December 7, 1892. 
December U, 1892. 
December 15, 1892. 
December 15,1892. 
December 15, 1892, 
January 10, 1893. 
January 18, 1893. 
January 18, 1893. 
January 19,1893. 
January 24, 1893. 
January 25, 1893. 
January 31, 1893. 
February 1, 1893. 
February 2, 1893. 
February 2, 1893. 
February 15, 1893. 
February 22, 1893. 
February 22, 1893. 
February 23, 1893. 
February 27, 1893. 
February 28, 1893. 
March 2, 1893. 
March 3, 1893. 
March 13, 1893. 
March 17, 1893. 
March 20, 1893. 
March 22, 1893. 
March 23, 1893. 
March 24, 1893. 
March 25, 1893. 
March 28,1893. 
March 28, 1893. 
MnrchSO, 1893. 
M^.rch 31, 1893. 
April 3, 1893. 
April 4, 1893. 
April 7, 1893. 
Aprils, 1893. 
April 12,1893. 
April 22, 1893. 
April 28, 1893. 
May 1,1893. 
May 5, 1893. 
May 10, 1893. 
May 11, 1893. 
May 20, 1893. 
June 1,1893. 
June 1, 1893. 
June 2, 1893. 
June 6, 1893. 
June 8. 1893. 
Juae 15,1893. 
June 20, 1893. 
June 22, 1893. 
June 24, 1893. 
Juae 27. 1893. 
July 3. 1893. 
Ju'y8, 1893. 
July 25, 1893. 
July 26, 1893. 
July 29, 1893. 
Augusts, 1893. 
Augusts, 1893. 
August 14, 1893. 
August 25, 1893. 
August 29, 1893. 
September 11, 1893. 
September 12, 1893. 
October 10, 1898. 



143 



NOTARIES PUBLIC-^Continued. 



MADISON COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 






October 13, 1893. 




Elwood 


October 13, 1893. 


Austin F. Bradley 

Orla A. Armfield 


October 21,1893. 


Elwood 


October 30, 1893. 
October 30, 1893. 






October 31, 1893 


I. N. Addison 


Markleville 


November 28, 1893. 
January 9, 1894. 


Edmond F. Daily 




February 1, 1894. 
February 5, 1894. 




D P. McLeod 




February 15, 1894. 


William E Foland 




February 20, 1894. 
February 26, 1894. 


Edward B. Walker 




Thos. B. Orr 


Anderson 

Pendleton 


March 7,1894. 


Austin Retherford 


April 2, 1894. 




April 4, 1894. 
April 6, 1894. 








Florida 

Alexandria 


April 19, 1894. 


Wm. B. Foley 


April 21, 1894. 


W.H.WalliDgford 




April 28,1894. 




May 14, 1894. 


John R. Thornburgh 

Edmond S. Boyer 

James M. Overshiner 




May 21, 1894. 




May 23, 1894. 


Elwood 

Anderson 


June 9, 1894. 
July 25, 1894. 
August 1,1894. 
August 1,1894. 


Oscar P. Roop 


Elwood 


W. B. Owens 


August 1, 1894. 


Ira F. Miller . . 




September 4, 1894. 


Benj. F. Fowler 


Anderson 

Anderson^ 


September 4, 1894. 


Howell D.Thompson 

Will H. Quick 


September 4, 1894. 
Seritcmber 10, 1894. 


Michael J . Clancy 

Cassius M. Greenlee 


Elwood 

Elwood 

Klwood 


September 22, 1894. 
September 25, 1894. 
September 27, 1894. 




October 22, 1894. 









MAEION COUNTY. 



Anna Flaherty . . . 
Harry Bowsr r . . . . 
Jacob S. McCuUough 
Alfred H. Johnson . 
Charles E. Brigham . 
L. A. Duthrie . . . . 
J. P. Durham . . . . 
Levi Sohl . . 

Willis W.Wright . . 
C.B. Wadsworth . . 
Jacob S. Barth . . . 
Jonas P. Brinkley . . 
Barton W.Cole . . . 
Frank G. Volz . . . . 
Samuel H. Spooner . 
Christian Brink . . . 

C. E.Swain 

Harry A. Metzger . . 
Joseph E. Bell . . . , 
Schuyler A. Haas . . 
Frederick Webster 
Lucy M. Ranney . , 
Isaac H. Kiersted . . 
Albert B.Cole ... 
John T. Bea.sley . . 



Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapo'is 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Castleton . . 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 



November 1, 1892. 
November 3, 1892. 
November 11, 1892. 
November 12, 1892. 
November 23, 1892. 
November 26, 1892. 
November 26, 1892. 
November 28, 1892. 
November 29. 1892. 
December 1,1892. 
December 1, 1892. 
December 2, 1892. 
December 6, 1892. 
December 10, 1892. 
December 10, 1892. 
December 12, 1892. 
December 12, 1892. 
December 14, 1892. 
December 17, 1892. 
December 19, 1892. 
December 19, 1892. 
December 20, 1892. 
December 20, 1892. 
January 3, 189S. 
January 6, 1893. 



144 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 




Merrill Monres . . 
Maud M. Wilson . . . . 
Fred. A. (iregory ■ ■ 
Pierce Norton . . 

William S. Hubbard . . 
Isaac N. Richie . . 
Arthur Holladay . . . 
George T. Moore . . . . 
Harry J. Milligan . . . 
Alick L. Palmer . . . . 
Cyrus A. Dixon . . • 
Martin M. Hugg . . . 
A. M. Arbaugh . . . 
Samuel B. Perrott . . . 
H.D.Cole . . . . 

Harry H.GrifiBn . . . . 
William V. Rooker . . 
Gertrude Hanaa 
Francis J. Reinhard 
Francis T- Hord . . . . 
Joseph C. Sehat . . . . 
Edward B. Gates . . . 
Charles Klein . . . 

Pearl A. Havelick . . . 
Charles W. Smith . . . 
Walter B. Jones ... 
Winfield Miller . . . 
Margaret E. Mortland . 
Frank J. Richnann . . 
Samuel Duncan Miller 
Clarence W. Means . . 
Samuel E. Perkins . . 
William Gordon . . . . 

J.B.Jackson 

Lorenz Schmidt . . . . 
Charles S. Wright . . . 

Alton P. Nave 

Amos J. Boeckling 
Leopold G. Rothschild 
A. B. Grover . . . 

David A. Myers . . . 
Richard M. Smock . . . 
Theodore 0. Callis . . 
Chas. W. Oakes . . , 
Kenneth G. Reid . . . 
Austin F. Denny . . . 
Anna Regan . . . , 
Adolph Schellschmidt . 
Jacob J. Traub . . . , 

W. A.Rhodes 

Alice Van-Anda . . . 
Agnes Fleming . . . . 
J^ohn T. Barnett . . , 
Jessie L. Carpenter . . 
Nellifi D.TiBbrd . . . 
A. H. Dickey 
Edward S. R Seguin 
Williim A. Ketcham 
Howard Gale . . , 

Frederick A. Joss . . 
Herman F. Sprandel . 
Thom IS B Messink . , 
Harmon .J. Kverett . 
Rich ird C. Herrick . . 
Rosa Haworth . . . 
Walter S.Smith . . 
James M. Leathers . 
Friink L. Fu'gason . 
Fr;ink H Ewers . . . 
Wilso'i Morran . . . 
Bronte M. Aikins . . 



Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapilis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Haughviile . 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Iiidi tnapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Ifiili mapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indi mapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indii.napolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indi mapolis 
Indi mapolis 
Indi mapolis 
Inli inapo'is 
Indianapidis 
Indianapolis 
Indjisuapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Wc-st Newton 
In''ianapolis 
Indianap lis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 



January 7, 1895. 
January 7, 1893. 
January 9, 1893. 
January 9, 1893. 
January 10, 1893. 
January 10, 1893. 
March 13, 1893. 
March 14, 1893, 
March 15, 1893. 
March 15, 1893. 
March 15, 1893. 
March 18, 1893. 
March 18, 1893. 
March 20, 1893. 
March 21, 1893. 
March 21, 1893. 
March 27, 1893. 
March 27, 1893. 
March 29, 1893. 
March 30, 1893. 
March 31. 1893. 
April 3,1893. 
April 3, 1893. 
Ap.ilS, 1893. 
April 4, 1893. 
April 4, 1893. 
April 4, 1893. 
April 4,1893. 
Aprils, 189?. 
April 6, 1893. 
April 7, 1893. 
April 8, 1893. 
April 8,1893. 
April 10, 1J;93. 
April 15, 1893. 
Anril 17, 1893. 
Ai.ril 18, 1893. 
Janmry 10, 1893. 
January 11,1893. 
January 16, 1893. 
January 19,1893. 
January 19,1893. 
January 25, 1893. 
January 27,1893. 
.lannary 30,1893. 
February 1,1893. 
February 1, 1893. 
February 1,1893. 
Ftbruary 4. 1893. 
February 7, 1893. 
February 8, 1893. 
February 9. 1893. 
February 10, 1893. 
Febraary 13,1893. 
February 15, 1893. 
Febiuiry 18, 1893. 
February '8,1893. 
February 18, 1893. 
Ftdiruary 22, 1893. 
February 28, 1893. 
March 1,1893. 
March 1, 1893. 
March 2, 1893. 
March 3, 1893. 
March 4, 1893. 
March 7, 1893. 
March 8, 189?. 
March 13, IS^S. 
April 24,1893. 
April 25, 1893. 
April 25, 1893. 



145 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

MARION COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Charles Klein 

Thomas N. Browning ... 

Geo. B. Elliott 

John xM. Wall 

Qustavus A. Wurgler .... 

William C. Ripley 

Charles W.Byfield 

Horatio S. Hilton 

Anna L. Frietzsche 

Anders Lawson 

William F. Heinriehs .... 

J. L.Tibbott 

Edward L. Mick 

George W. Seibert 

Eva Barnard 

Benj. A. Richardson 

Dorman N. Davidson .... 

Henry Seyfried 

James W. Haughey 

William E. Stevenson .... 

Walter J. Hubbard 

Jas. E. Mc'JulIough 

Hiram Plummer 

Jesse H. Blair 

Herbert B. Painter 

Mary Q. Myers 

Horace McKay 

Dare A. Macbeth 

John G. Uhl yer 

Martin V. McGilliard . . . . 

T. H. Hnzelrigg 

Henry H. Pay 

Jas. A Buchanan 

John W. Blake 

John M.Oldham 

Collins W. Kinan 

John C. Brush 

Willitm T. Cannon . ; . . . 

Alfred F. Potts 

Isaac King 

Henry 0. .Jordan 

Joseph Collier 

Mary 0. Aldrick 

James Stephenson 

J.W. Hadley 

Isaac E. Brokaw 

Ida G. Ayers 

Charles Schurmann 

Geo. P. Anderson 

John P. Julian 

W.F. C.GoIt 

Henry W. Fechtman 

Caleb N. Lodge 

Wm.H.Corbaley 

Wirt C.Smith 

Otto Winkenhofer 

James E. Pierce 

W. W. Spencer 

Simon P. Neidigh 

OttoDelp. 

Charles P. Benedict 

James M. Manker 

Mary E. RatlifF 

John J. Reilly 

Oliver H.Carson 

Ernest R. Keith 

Frank E. Fi.bsr 

Russell King 

Rowland Evans 

Luella C. Miller 

Edward L. Williams 

10 — Sec. of State. 



Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indianap ■■ 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indidnapo 
Indianapo 
Indi napo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indi inapo 
Indianapo 
Indinnapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indi mapo 
lndianar)0 
Imlianapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indi inapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indi mapo 
Inctiinapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indianap i 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indimapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
In iaiaapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indi mapo 
Indianapo 
Indiinapo 
Indianapi 
Indi mapo 
Indi mapo 
Indian ipo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 
lndi;mapo 
Indianapo 
Indianapo 



Date of Commission. 



April 26. 189:-i. 
May 2, 1893. 
May 5, 1893. 
May 9, 1893. 
May 10, 1893. 
May 12, 1893. 
May 16, 1893. 
May 18, 1893. 
May 18, 1893. 
May 18, 1893. 
May 19, 1893. 
May 20, 1893. 
May 23, 1893. 
May 25, 1893. 
May 27, 1893. 
May 29, 1893. 
May 29, 1893. 
May 31, 1893. 
June 1, 1893. 
■June 2, 1893. 
June 2, 1893. ■ 
June 3, 1893. 
June 3, 1893. 
Junes. 1893. 
Ju'e7, 1893. 
June 9, 1893. 
June 10, 1893. . 
June 16, 1893. 
June 19, 1893. 
June 23, 1893. 
June 27, 1893. 
June 28, 1893. 
June 28, 1893. 
June 30, 1893. " 
July 3, 1893. 
July 5, 1893. 
July 7, 1893. 
July 8, 1893. 
July 10, 1893. 
July 10, 1893. 
July 10, 1893. 
July 12, 1893. 
July 13, 1893. 
July 22, 1893. 
July 31, 1893 
August 15, 1893. 
August 17, 1893. 
August 21, 1893. 
August 28, 1893. 
August 28, 1893. 
August 29, 1893. 
Aui;ust30, 1893. 
September 2, 1893. 
September 5, 1893. 
September 9. 1893. 
Septimberll, 1893. 
September 11. 1893. 
September 15, 1893. 
September 18, 1893. 
September 18, 1893. 
September 23, 1893. 
September 25, 1893. 
September 27, 1893. 
September 27, 1893. 
September 28, 1893. 
September 30, 1893. 
October 4, 1893. 
October 7, 1893. 
October 9, 1893. 
October 14, 1893. 
October 18, 1893. 



146 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

MAKION COUNTY-Coutinued. 



NAME. 



Rufus N. Bluine 

Frank H. Goheen .... 

Wm. F. Kasselbaum . . . 
Charles A. Dale ...... 

Humphrey R. Evans . . . 

Frank E. Fuller 

Lafayette Perkins .... 
Willis C. Vajen. .... 

Ralph Hill 

William B.Todd 

A.B.Wiltse 

Charles K. Share ..... 
Qeo.Seidensticker . . . . 
Salem P. Welman .... 

Solomon Mercer 

Anna Dunlap 

Hanison P. Hood . . . . 
Russell T. MacFall . . . 
Granville M. Ballard . . 

Clifford Arrick 

Henry Q. Spencer .... 
Newton M. Taylor .... 
Edwin G. Farmer .... 
Frank P. Groves . . 

Amos T. Allen 

0. E.Weir 

Martha E. Williams . . . 

David E.Snyder 

Charles 0. Roemler . . . 

Joseph Shulz 

John L. Griffith 

George W. Gadd 

Charlie Alcon 

Fred. O.Ritter 

H. C.Bickel , . . . . 

Frank H. Blackledge . . 

John H. Prier 

Edward B. Schroer. . . . 

Wilson L. Doan 

Charles W. Brouse . . . . 

Arthur V. Brown 

Harry S. Brown 

Arnold F. Rieg-ger .... 

Mary J. Burke 

Jesfie T. Sprirger . . . . 

W. M.Coval 

Charles A. Dryer 

Edward J. O'Conner . . . 
Marion E. F.lstun . . . 
Robert B.Keith . . . . 
Franklin L. Spohr . . . . 
George L. Rasebig . . .■ . 
Charles H. Carlon . . . . 

Abram Wagner 

John C. Crimins 

Charles N.Thorcpson . . 
Jospph H Piittifon . . . . 
William T. Wocher . . . 
William R. Aufderheide . 
Hornce M. Hadley . . . . 
William B.Hubbard. . . 
Nathaniel B. Burr . . . 

John B. Elam 

Mary F. Hereth 

H. W. Phillips 

George C. Conni r 

Herman C.Tuttle . . . . 

E. A. Bon ham 

George P\ Hume . . . . . 
(ieorge W Hawkins . . . 
James A. Pri'chard . . . 



RESIDENCE. 



Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Deaf and Dumb Institute 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis ....... 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis ....... 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis ....... 

Indipnapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapclis ....... 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis . . . . . 

Indianapolis 

Indianr polls 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Irvington 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 



Dat.e of Commission. 



October 20, 1893. 
October 25, 1893. 
October 26, 1893. 
October 26, 1893. 
October 26, 1893. 
October 30, 1893. 
October 30, 1893. 
Novembers, 1893. 
November 13, 1893. 
November 14, 1893. 
November 14, 1893. 
November 16, 1893. 
November 17, 1893. 
November 18, 1893. 
November 18, 1893. 
November 20, 1893. 
November 21, 1893. 
November 23, 1893. 
December 4, 1893. 
December 4, 1893. 
December 11, 1893. 
December 12, 1893. 
December 14, 1893. 
December 2), 1893. 
December 27, 1893. 
December 28, 1893. 
December 30, 1893. 
December 30, 1893. 
December 30, 1893. 
December 30, 1893. 
December 30, 1893. 
January 2, 1894. 
January 2, 189i. 
January 3, 1894. 
January 4, 1894. 
January 5, 1894. 
January 5, 1894. 
January 6, 1894. 
January 8, 1894. 
January 12, 1894. 
January 15, 1894. 
January 15, 1894. 
January 16, 1894. 
January 16, 1894. 
January 18, 1894. 
January 18, 1894. 
January 19, 1894. 
January 20, 1894. 
January 26, 1894. 
January .30, 1894. 
January 31, 1894. 
February 1, 1894. 
February 1,1894. 
February 5, 1894. 
February 6, 1894. 
February 6, 1894. 
February 6, 1894. 
February 13, 1894. 
February 14, 1894. 
February 14, 1894. 
February 21, 1894. 
February 23, 1894. 
February 23, 1894. 
February 23, 1894. 
February 23, 1894. 
February 24, 1894. 
February 26, 1894. 
February 28, 1894. 
March 1,1894. 
March 5, 1894. 
March 7, 1894. 



147 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

MARION COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Frank S. Hippls 

R. E. Zinn 

William H. Hobbs . . . . 
Mary H. Peacock . . . . . 
SantforJ S. Dickson . . . 
George N. B. Lowes . . . 
Alfred M. Glass Brenner 

Harold Taylor 

Charles M. Tyler 

Cornelia R. Taylor . • . . 
John P. Leyendecker . . 

Wm.Tolin 

Walter W. Carpenter . . 

Wm. S. Garber 

Theodore R. Gilleland. . 
Harry R.- Williams . . . 

Wm. T.Noble 

Bertha E. AVilliams . . . 
John G. McGullough . . 
Wm. C. Smock . . . . 

George C. Hitt 

Albert G. Hardin . . . . 

Harry C. Smith 

Wm. H. Hume 

Edward G Stott 

John E. Milnor . . . . 
J. Wilbur Smock . . . . 

Maria E. Murry 

A. R. Hnvey 

Wm. C. Terguson . . , . 
Clarence M. Zener . . . 
Marquis L. -Johnson . . . 

Robert Kempf 

Louis Thomas Greist . . 
Orlando M. Eastes. . . . 
Louis B. Ewbank . . . . 
Wm. H.H.Graham . . . 

John C. Ertel 

E.L.Swift 

Thomas P. Mills 

Charles K. Wasson . . . . 
Wm. H. Wilhelm . . . . 
Henry G. Dockweiler . . 

John B. Brewer 

John U. Beard 

Lawrence T. Riley . . . , 
Warren W. Holliday . . , 
Garland R. Stewart . . , 
G. W. Battv . . . . 

Bert L. Feibleman . . . , 
Edith E.Swigert . . . . , 

James W. Swails 

Charles E. CoflBn . . . . . 

John R. Elder 

Joseph E. Ludlum . . . . 
J. Hervey Smith , . . . 

Robert D. Hobbs 

Charles W . (iorsuch . . . 
Arthur R.Heiskell. . . . 
Burton F. Watts . . . . 
Horace E. Smith . . . . 
Theodore Portteus . . . , 

Walter S. tloss 

John H. Kingsbury . . . 
John 0. Spahr .... 
Van B. Stiarwalt. . . 
Hitlis T.Hackedorn . . 
John T. Lecklider . . . . 
Jesse C. Moore . . . . 
James Kirk Wright . . , 
Mary MeEvoy , 



Indianapolis 

Indianapolis ...... 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

North Indianapolis . . . 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indi mapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis ...... 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indinnapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indi:rnapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

lndinnapolis 

Castleton 

Indianapolis 

Irvington 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Central Insane Hospital 

Indianapolis 

Soiithport 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indi mapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Acton 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indi mapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indian ipolis 

Indianapolis 

West Indianapolis . . . 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indian.ipolis 



March", 189i. 
March 8, 1894. 
March 8, 1894. 
Murch 9, 1894. 
March 14, 1894. 
March 14, 1894. 
March 15, 1894. 
March 15, 1894. 
March 16, 1894. 
March 17, 1894. 
March 22, 1894. 
March 23, 1894. 
March 23. 1894. 
March 23, 1893. 
Mirch24, 1894. 
March 27, 1894. 
March 29, 1894. 
March 30, 1894. 
April 12,1894. 
April 1-3, 1894. 
April 17, 1894. 
April 17,1894. 
April 28,1894. 
April 28, 1894. 
April 30, 1894. 
April .30, 1894. 
May 3. 1834. 
May 5, 1891. 
May 9, 1894. 
May 11, 1894. 
May 11,1891. 
May 14, 1894. 
May 19, 1894. 
May 21, 1894. 
May 24, 1894. 
May 25, 1894. 
May 31, 1894. 
Juae 1,1894. 
Jun3 4, 1894. 
June 4, 1894. 
Junes, 1894. 
June 15, 1894. 
June 21, 1894. 
June 27, 1894. 
June 29, 1894, 
July 2. 1894. 
July 2, 1894. 
July 5, 1894. 
July 7, 1894. 
July 9, 1894. 
July 14, 1894. 
July 17, 1894. 
July 17, 1891. 
July 17, 1894. 
July 19, 1894. 
July 20, 1894. 
July 31, 1894. 
August 1, 1894. 
August 10, 1894. 
August 13, 1894. 
August 13, 1894. 
August 13, 1894. 
August 14, 1894. 
August 23, 1894. 
August 23, 1894. 
August 25, 1894. 
August 25, 1894. 
September 4, 1894. 
September 4, 1894. 
September 10, 1894. 
September 12, 1894. 



148 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



MARION COUNTY— Continned. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Duane H. Bowles - . 
T.C. Whitcomb ... 
Frank W. Morrison . 
Edgar B. Sprague . . 
George L. Sullivan . . 
H. S. Beissenherz . . 
Worth Wright .... 
Howard M. Stanton . 
Charles 8. Warburton 

Anna Clark 

John M. Spann .... 
Horace B. Hollaway . 

J. F. McKee 

S. L. J. Morrison . . . 
Frank T. Edenharter 
Edna P. McGinnis . 
Delia M. Devney . . . 
Phil. Reichwein . . 
George W. Alexander 
Thomas J. YouDt . . 
Ovid B. Jamison . . 
Drusie Hinchman . . 
Richard W. Thompson 
Adaline Bradshaw 



Indianapolis . . . 

Indianapolis . . . 
Indianapolis 
North Indianapolis 

Indianapolis . . . 

Indianapolis . . . 

Indianapolis . . . 

Indiafcapolis . . . 
Indianapolis 

Indianapolis . . . 

Indianapolis . . 

Indianapolis . . . 

Indianapolis . . . 

Indianapolis . . . 

Indianapolis . . . 

Indianapolis . . . 

Indianapolis ■ . . 

Indianapolis . . . 

Indianapolis . . . 

Indianapolis . . 

Indianapolis . . . 

Indianapolis . . . 

Bridgeport . . . 

Indianapolis . . . 



September 12, 1894 
September 12, 1894 
September 13, 1894 
September 13, 1894 
September 20, 1894 
September 24, 1894 
September 27, 1894 
September 29, 1894 
October 6, 1894. 
October 8, 1894. 
October 8, 1894. 
October 9, 1894. 
October 9, 1894. 
October 11, 1894. 
October 13, 1894. 
October 18, 1894. 
October 19, 1894. 
October 20, 1894. 
October 23, 1894. 
October 24, 1894. 
October 26, 1894. 
October 27, 1894. 
October 27, 1894. 
October 30, 1894. 



MARSHALL COUNTY. 



Charles Kellison . . . . 

Perry 0. J^ nes 

Theodore Cressner . . . 
Luther R. Cressner. . . 
David E. Snydtr . . . 
Clement E. Shoemaker 
May M. Leonard . . . 

John W. Parks 

Frank B. Acker . . . . 
Harriet M. Klinger. ■ . 

Kit C.Bunnell 

Bertram E.Nussbaum . 
John D. Thomas . . . 

James H. Kizer 

Jacob D. Molter . . . . 
Jennie Hiuxihton . . . 
William J. Hankin. . . 
Jas. W. Faleonburg . . 
Willi im Bristid . . . 
Charles B.Tibbvtts. . . 
Cornelius I uttle . . 
Harcourt C. Carbon . . 
John W. Haughton. . . 
Herbert B. Hess . . . 
Christian Seller, Jr. . . 
William H. Love. . . . 
Elizabeth Hughes . . . 

Samuel Barrett 

R.Neville 

John Bender 

Williim D. Corey . . . 
John C. Capron . . . . 
John O.'iborn . . . 



Plymouth . 
Plymouth . 
Plymouth . 
Plymouth . 
Plymouth . 
Ilion. . . . 
Plymouth . 
Plymouth . 
Bourbon . . 
Plymouth . 
Walnut 
Plymouth . 
Bourbon . . 
Inwocd . , 
Plymouth . 
Plymouth . 
Argos . . . 
Rutland . . 
Inwood . . 
Plymouth . 
Donaldson. 
Plymouth . 
Plymouth . 
Plymouth . 
Bremen 
Plymouth . 
Plymouth . 
Ilion. 
Teegarden . 
Plymouth . 
Argos . . . 
Plymouth . 
Plymouth . 



November 8, 1S92. 
November 12, 1892. 
November 21, 1892. 
January 12, 1893. 
February 10, 1893. 
March 21, 1893, 
April 13, 1893. 
April 13, 1893. 
August 29, 1893. 
September 11, 1893. 
September 18, 1893. 
November 27, 1893. 
December 2, 1893. 
January 16, 1894. 
January 17, 1894. 
March 16, L-594. 
March 19, 1894. 
April 10, 1894. 
April 10, 1894. 
April 17, 1894. 
April 25, 1894. 
April 25, 1894. 
May 1, 1891. 
June 2, 1894. 
June 6, 1894. 
June 7, 1894. 
June 30, 1891. 
July 14, 1891. 
July 16, 1894. 
July 20, 1894. 
August 16, 1894. 
August 28, 1894. 
September 12, 1894. 



149 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



MARTIN COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


Arthur C. O'Brian 


Loogootee 


November 15, 1892. 


Arthur N. McFee 


Blankership 

Reeve 

Doverhill 


December 27, 1892 


Holmes Gwinn 


April 10, 1893. 


Amauda B. Fields 


May 9, 1893. 
May 10, 1893. 
August 2, 1893. 
August 2, 1893. 
September 15, 1893. 
October 5, 1893. 


Cutler S. Dobbins ... 

William T. Porter 


Shoals 

McCameron 

Shoals 


Hillary Houghton 

John R Fletcher 


William Houghton 

Hiram McCormick 

Robert L. Ross 

John P. Albaugh 

Isaac Webster 




December 11, 1893. 


Shoals 

Loogootee 

Shoals 

Mountain Springs 


December 26, 1893. 
Januarys, 1894. 
Augu t21, 1894. 
June 8, 1894. 




July 24, 1894. 
September 19, 1894. 
September 28, 1894. 
October 2, 1894. 
October 2, 1894, 








Burns City 

Shoals 

Rusk 


George C. Crawshaw 







MIAMI COUNTY. 



Collins E Miller . . . . 
Louis P. Holmes . . . . 

Rollie Case 

Walter C. Bailey . . . . 
Emily M. Mitchell . . 
W. 0. Lancaster . . . . 
William W. Sullivan . 
Byron L. Myers . . . . 
John W. Eward . . . 

Ira P. Myers 

Frank Dunbar . . 

Samuel L. Strickler 
George W. Kenny . . . 

W.B. DePoy 

Charles A. <Jole . . . 
John P. Spurgeon . . . 
John C. Hurarickhouse 
William B. McClintic . 
Margaret Gilbert . . . 
JohnC. Whitt . . . . . 
Giles W.Smith . . . . 
John F. Melton . . . . 
William J. Smith . . 

Robert C. Foor 

Schuyler C. Rees . . . 
John Mitchell . . 
William E. Mowbray . 



Converse , . 

Peiu . . . . 

Macy . . . . 

Peru . . . . 

Peru . . . . 

Converse . . 

Peru . . . . 

Peru . . . . 

Converse . . 

Peru . . . 

Peru . . . . 

Converse . . 

Peru . . . . 
Mexico . 

Peru . . . . 

Peru . . . . 

Miami . . . 

Peru . . . , 

Peru . . . . 

Amboy . . . 

Peru . . . , 

Amboy . . . 

Denver . . 
Bunker Hill 
North Grove 

Peru . . . . 

Peru . . . . 



November 11, 1892. 
January 18, 1893. 
January 21, 1893. 
March 2, 1893. 
March 7, 1893. 
April 12, 1893. 
May 1,1893. 
May 16, 1893. 
June 7, 1893. 
July 24, 1893. 
July 31,1893. 
September 13, 1893. 
October 11, 1893 
November 14, 1893. 
November 20, 1893. 
December 7, 1893. 
December 15. 1893. 
•January 29,1894. 
February 21, 1894. 
March 29, 1894. 
April 21, 1894. 
May 1. 1894. 
July 19, 1894. 
September 6, 1894. 
September 7, 1894. 
September 7, 1891. 
September 11, 1894. 



150 

IS^OTAEIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
MONROE COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 

* 


Date of Commission, 




Bloomington . 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 


December 7, 1892. 


James B. Filbert 

William C East 


January 26, 1893. 
January 31, 1893. 
January 31, 1893. 
March 11, 1893. 


Walter P. Buzzaird 


Dennis Murphy 

Willi im H East 


March 15, 1893. 


Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Grent 


March 28. 1893. 


Thomas J. Sari. . 

William T. Blair 

Daniel 0. Spencer 

Frank H.Hatfield 

James B. Wilson 


April 10, 1893. 
May 18, 1893. 
May 31, 1893. 
June 12, 1893. 
August 3, 1893. 
August 3, 1893. 
October 11, 1893. 


John 0. Riley 


James B. Clark 

William T. Hicks 


November 2. 1893. 
January 3, 1894. 




January 15, 1894. 
February 6, 1894. 
February 6, 1894. 


Thomas H. Seaney 

Will \. Rice 


Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Clear Creek 


EllaM. King 


February 28. 1894. 




March 12, 1894. 




• March 19, 1894. 


Hiram T. Bureh 


Dudley . 


May 4, 1894. 


Hattie Hite 


May 10, 1894. 


John E. Kelly 

A. M.Hadley 


Bloomington 

Bloomington 


July 2, 1894. 
July 10, 1894. 
July 17, 1894. 
August 15, 1894. 
August 24, 1894. 


Samuel B. Rogers 


Bloomington 

Bloomington 







MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 



Dudley H. Jackson 
Henry Williams . . 
Albert D.Thomas . 
Charles L. Thomas 
William H. Ware . 
James D. Hurt . . . 
Anna A. Milligan . 
George W. James . 
Thomas Kelsey . . 
T. C. Lawrence . . 
Read Hanna . . . . 
Will H.Long . . . 
William T. Brush . 
James Oxiey . . . . 
Benjamin Crane . . 
John McElevy . . . 
Charles Johnston 



Crawfordsville 
Crawfordsviile 
Crawfordsville 
Crawfordsville 
Bowers .... 
New Ross . . . 
Crawfordsville 
Lapland . . . 
Darlington . . 
Ladoga ... 
Crawfordsville 
Ladoga ._ . 
Crawfordsville 
Wingate . . . 
Crawfordsville 
Crawfordsville 
Crawfordsville 
Albert C. Jennison 1 Crawfordsville 



William G. McClure 
James A. Peterson 
Harvey A. Wilkinson 
William M. White . . 
Matie K. Montgomery 

Jere West 

Rollo G.Christ 



Mace 

Darlington • . 
Crawfordsville 
Crawford-ville 
Crawfordsville 
Crawfordsville 
New Market . 
Roberta K. Krout I Cr iwfordsville 



Leonard E. Acker 
G. M. Brewer . . , 
Charles A. Miller . 
Samuel 8. Mania . 
Elam T. Murphy . 
Theodore H. Ristine 
Louis McManis . . 



Waveland 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Darlington . . 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 



December 8, 1892. 
December 19, 1892. 
February 1, 1893. 
February 17, 1893. 
February 17, 1893. 
March 4, 1893. 
March 15, 1893. 
March 24, 1893. 
April 12, 1893. 
April 13, 1893. 
April 24, 1893. 
April 26, 1893. 
June 6, 1893. 
June 10, 1893. 
July 18, 1893. 
.July 31, 18 '3. 
July 31, 1893. 
August 5, 1893. 
September 5, 1893. 
September 9. 1893. 
September 27, 1893. 
October 16, 1893. 
October 24, 1893. 
October 28, 1893. 
Novembers, 1893. 
November 14, 1893. 
November 21, 1893. 
November 29, 1893. 
December 14, 1893. 
December 16, 1893. 
December 29. 1893. 
January 8, 1894. 
January 15,1894. 



151 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

MONTGOMEEY COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


Allen C. Yount 


Yountsville 

Ladoga 


February 27, 1894. 




March 8, 1894. 


Thomas M. Campbell , 

Charles 0. Wilhite 


Darlington 

Crawfordsville 

Linden 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 


March 12, 1894. 
March 20, 1894. 


James H White 


March 23, 1894. 




March 27, 1894, 




April 10, 1894. 




April 19, 1894. 


Charles W. Brown 

Thomas L. Stilwell 


May 17, 1894. 
June 22, 1894. 
Jttly 18, 1894. 




Crawfordsville ...... 

New Ross 


July 18, 1894. 


Talbott A Adkins 


August 3, 1894. 




Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Waynetown 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 


August 25, 1894. 




September 1,1894. 


Charles D. Orear 


September 1,1894. 




September 13, 1894. 




October 5, 1894. 


Robert E. Bryant 

Charles N Williams 


October 10, 1894. 
October 12, 1894. 


William M. Reeves 


October 22, 1894. 



MORGAN COUNTY. 



J. S. Ivuifiht 

Chas. 0. Alboit . . . 

F. A. Gentry 

P.S. Hodges 

Henry Garrett .... 
Wm. A. Comer . . . . 
James H. Jordan . . 

A.M. Bain 

Robert W. McNaught 
J. E.Sedwick . . . . 
Francis M. McNair . 
Barclay R. Johnson . 
W. R. Harrison . . . 
Jarvis J. Hilton. . 
John Hardwick . . . 
John H. Thornburgh 
John F. Richardson . 
John D. Albertson 
Alfred M.Smith . . . 

Wm. H.Ray 

Nathan A. Whitaker 
John A. Newman . . 
Nathan E. Hubbard . 



Morgantown 
Paragon . 
Crown Center 
Paragon . . . 
Centerton . . 
Martinsville 
Martinsville. 
Martinsville. 
Hall ... . 
Martinsville. 
Martinsville, 
Monrovia . . 
Martinsville 
Martinsville 
Martinsville 
Mooresville . 
Brooklyn . . 

Brey 

Eminence . . 
Mooresville . 
Martinsville 
Mooresville . 
Monrovia . . 



December 19, 1892. 
Janur.ry 10, 1893. 
January 11, 1893. 
January 12, 1893. 
January 19, 1893. 
January 24, 1893. 
February 6. 1893. 
February 27, 1893. 
March 17, 1893. 
May 15, 1893. 
Septembers, 1893. 
October 2, 1893. 
October 27, 1893. 
October 28, 1893. 
November 28, 1893. 
January 13, 1894. 
February 28, 1894. 
March 1, 1894. 
March 28, 1894. 
May 8, 1894. 
May 23, 1894. 
Septfmber27,1894. 
October 30, 1894. 



NEWTON COUNTY. 



Philip S'orLehill 


Brotk 

Kentland 


July 5, 1892. 




Deci mber 10, 1892. 




January 4. 189 •!. 






January 19, 1893. 


E. Littell Urmston 

A. B. Chizum . . . 


Kentland . 


February 8, 1893. 
April 27, 1893. 


Augustus D. Babcoek 

J. W_. Oswald 

Carrie D. Arnout 


Gocdland 

Goodland 

Kentland 

Rose Lawn 

Kentlard 


August 10, 1893. 
February 20, 1894. 
March 3, 1894. 


Charles R. Ball 


April 13, 1894. 
June 4, 1894. 


Frank A. (^omparet 

Gardiner K. Haskell 

George F. Palmer 


June 8, 1894. 


Mount Ayr 

Kentland 

Morocco 

Gofdland 


June 14, 1894. 
June 21, 1894. 


D. M. Graves 

T. Wilson Annabal 


July 12, 1894. 
Septembers, 1894. 



152 



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NOBLE COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commissiok. 


Henry tt. Zinmerman 

Alpheus F. Van Niman 




November 16, 1892. 


Kendallville 


January 17, 1893. 
March 15, 1893. 


Luke H. Wrigley 

Publius V. Hoffman 




June 6, 1893. 


Liffonier 


July 3, 1893. 
August 10, 1893. 
October 25, 1893. 






D F Ohlwine ... 


Kendallville 

Kendallville 

Kendallville 

Albion. 


December 12, 1893. 




January 9,1894. 


Robert P. Barr 


January 13, 1894. 


Frank M Prickett. 


January 30, 1894. 
March 8, 1894. 




William S. Kispr 




March 27, 1894. 




Wolcottville 

Ligonier 

Wolf Lake 

Kendallville 


May 17. 1894. 




June 11, 1894. 


Byron P. Grny 


June 13, 1894. 
June 21, 1894. 


R H Pri kett . ... 


June 26, 1894. 


Elias F. Banner 




July 2, 1894. 


Laura J. Fulk 


Ese 


July 9, 1894. 


Ernest &. Franks 

James L.Wyatt 

Samuel E. Alvord 


Ligonier 

La Otto 


October 2, 1894. 
October 19, 1894. 




October 23, 1894. 









OHIO COUNTY. 



George B Hall . 
Alexander t'ampbell 




December 2, 1893. 
September 19, 1894. 



ORANGE COUNTY. 



Henry 0. Ritter . . . . 
Harrison H. Farrell . . 
Henry L. Waldrlp . . 
Milton S. Mavity. . . . 
Thomas B. Buskirk . . 

Will H. Talbot 

Wm. H. Murray . . . . 
William A. Underwood 

James A. Abel 

Franklin Drake . . . . 
William T.Swift. . . . 
Emma Murphy . . . 
William J. Throop . . . 
John U.Townley . . . 
Reed Carr . . . . ■ . 
Dr. William B.Gilliot . 
William B. Brubeck . . 
Thomas J Cave . . . . 
George W. i'homas . . 
William J. Prow . . . 
Josiah H. Charnes . . 

Harry Roland 

Win J. Buskirk . . . 
Isaac S. Pittm m . 



Orangeville . . . 

Paoli 

Orleans . . . . 

Paoli 

Paoli 

Orleans . . . . 
West Baden . . . 
French Lick . . . 
Orangeville . . . 

Obi . 

Elon 

Valeen 

Paoli 

Valeen . . . • . 

Leipsic 

Young's Creek . 
Newton Stewart . 
French Lick . . . 

Paoli 

We.<^t Baden . . . 
French Lick . . . 

Roland 

Paoli • 

Fargo 



November 25, 1892. 
April 7, 1893. 
April 7, 1893. 
Ai)ril 12,1893. 
April 20, 1893. 
June 19, 1893. 
July 5, 1893. 
August 8, 1893. 
December 19, 1893. 
December 30, 1893. 
January 25, 1894. 
April 4, 1894. 
May 5, 1894. 
May 17, 1894. 
May 17, 1894. 
June 21, 1894. 
June 22, 1894. 
July 2, 1894. 
August 17, 1894. 
August 27, 1894. 
September 5, 1894. 
September 29, 1894. 
October 9. 1894. 
October 25, 1894. 



153 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued, 
OWEN COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


Ashahel H. Wampler 

Michael Wolf .... 




February 3, 1893. 




February 7. 1893. 






March 8, 1893. 






April 29, 1893. 
Sept. 18, 1893. 
October 31, 893. 


L. U. Downey 

Warren E Meek 


Glosport 

Cataract 


Ashable P. W. Bridges 

Henry J Hochstetter 

William R. Wisely 


December 15, 1893. 


Coal City 


January 9, 189t. 


Romona . 

Jordan Village 

Kimball 


January 10, 1894. 


William Brown 

Homer W. Stutkey 

Ella E Prior 


March 21, 1894. 
April 2, 1894. 
Aprils. 1894. 


Ed. S. Davis 

Perry C. Mcintosh 


Gosport 


April 24, 1894. 
May 28, 1894. 




July 24, 1894. 


E.J. Barton 


Arney 


September 21, 1894. 



PARKE COUNTY. 



Elwood Hunt . . 
Q. F. Ayres . . . 
Jesse H. McCloy . . 
Henry Diiniels . . 
William B. Gillum 
H.E.NewJin 
Frank M.Howard 
G.Q Shortridge . . 
W.M. McCoy . , 
Charles U. Vickery 
W, M. McCoy 
Charles L. Harvey . 
Frank White . . . 

0. J. Innis 

Joseph M.Johns . . 
C.E.McDaniel . . 
W.N.Ensey . . . 
L.P.Orahood . . . 
H.B. Hensley 
David L. Baldridge 
John W. Sage 
Hugh P. Hocker , . 
W. R. Bacus - . . 
John C. Hite . . 
David H. Maxwell . 



Rockville . . . 
Atherton . , . 
■Rockville . . . 
Rockville . . . 
Sylvania . . 
Rockville ■ ■ . 
Rockville . . . 
Mansfield . . . 
Bloomingdale . 
Bloomingdale . 
Bloomingdale . 
Tangier . . . . 
Rockville . . . 
Rockville . . . 
Rockville . . . 
Marshall . . . 
Judson . . . . 
Rosedale . . . 
Rockville . . . 
Rosedale . . 
Rockville 
Hollandsburg . 
Lusk's Springs 
Bridgeton . . . 
Rockville . . . 



November 1, 1892. 
November 21, 1892. 
December 8, 1892. 
December 21, 1892. 
December 23, 1892. 
January 23, 1893. 
July 7, 1893. 
July 22, 1893. 
September 12, 1893. 
Au?ustl8, 1893. 
September 12, 1893. 
November 14, 1893. 
January 19, 1894. 
February 27, 1894. 
March 22. 1894. 
April 2, 1894. 
April 17,1894. 
May 8. 1894. 
May 8, 1894. 
June 1,1894. 
July 3. 1894. 
July 17, 1894. 
September 18,1894. 
October 9, 1894. 
October 24, 1894. 



PEREY COUNTY. 



Samuel L. Payne. . 
Eugene J. Dupont . 
Edward Mull n . . 
William T. Chewninj 
James W. Brady . . 
Sam. K. C nnor 
Smith McCallister 
John H. Willets . . 
Frank X. Sturm . . 
Q. K. Groves . . . 
Daniel S. Dickson - 
Lewis M. Crist . . . 
John Mitchell . . . 
Jacob Snyder. . . . 
Thomas J. Gibson 
Uriah W. Marting . 
Charles A. Weathers 
Abraham Crist . . . 



Cannelton . 
Ranger . . 
Adyeville . 
Adyeville . 
Uniontown 
Troy .... 
Bristow . . 
Rono. . . . 
Siberia. . . 
Tobinsport. 
Main. . . . 
Lilly Dale . 
Lilly Dale 
Cannelton 
Branchville 
Uniontown 
Cannelton . 
Rome . . . 



November 28, 1892. 
February 3. 1893. 
February 25, 1893. 
February 27, 1893. 
February 28, 1893. 
March 15, 1893. 
April 17, 1893. 
April 19, 1893. 
May 29. 1893. 
June 21, 1893. 
July 15, 1893. 
February 10, 1894. 
February 28, 1894. 
May 24, 1894. 
May 31, 1894. 
June 30, 1894. 
September 8, 1894. 
September 22, 1894. 



154 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



PIKE COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Thomas H.Dillon . . . 
Elmer S. Brock . . . . 
John W. Stilwell . . 
John W.Wilson . . . . 
George D. Martin . . . 
James H. Boiling . . . 

Aristes Stuart 

John N. Lorton . . . . 
John H. MeConnell . . 
Edward P. Richardson 
James MeConnell . . . 
Peter R. Miller. . . . . 

James O'Neal 

George W. Monroe . . . 

Everett Wiggs 

John L. Richardson . . 
Abraham Corn • . . . . 
George L. West . . . . 

Dan C. Ashby 

John J. ColLns . . . . 
DeWittQ.Chappell . . 
James T. Scanland . . 

J. D. Grimes 

William J. Shrode . . . 
G. W.Cockerill . . . . 
Arthur W. Thompson . 
Jonn H. Armstrong . . 

Horace Ely 

Eugene A. Ely 



Petersburg 

Noxid 

Stendal 

Petersburg 

Petersburg 

Petersburg 

Petersburg 

Spurgeon 

Winsiow 

Petersburg 

Arthur 

Oatsville 

Oatsville 

Pikeville 

Petersburg 

Noxid 

Augusta 

Petersburg 

Petersburg 

Winsiow 

Petersburg 

Otwell 

Oakl md City, Gibson Co 
Stendal ......... 

Velpen , 

Arthur 

Algiers ■ 

Petersburg 

Petersburg . . . 



December 3, 1892. 
December 14, 1892. 
December 12, 1892. 
January 31,1893. 
March 1. 1893. 
March 15, 1893, 
March 23, 1893. 
March 23, 1893. 
April 11, 1893. 
May 5, 1893. 
May 26, 1893. 
June 8, 1893. 
June 12, 1893. 
June 15, 1893. 
June 24, 1893. 
December 23, 1893. 
January 8, 1894. 
January 16, 1894. 
Januiiry 18, 1894. 
April 14, 1891. 
May 5, 1894. 
June 7, 1894. 
July 13, 1894. 
July 27, 1894. 
August 8, 1894. 
August 10, 1894. 
August 29, 1894. 
October 25, 1894. 
October 25, 1894. 



POETER COUNTY. 



William Johnston . 
Grant Crumpacker 
John C. Coulter . . 
E.G.Osborne . . . 
James McCree . . 
Charles H. Marine . 
D.E.Kelby . . . . 
A. Edwin Greene . 
John D. Stoner . . . 
John H. Busse . . . 
Finnette M. Pinney 
Nathan L. Agnew . 
Arthur J, Edwards 
Mame A. McCollom 
Nelson J. Bozarth . 

A. L. Jones 

John Skelton . . . 
William Gibbs . . . 
L. B. Osborn . . . 
Stephen P. Carboy . 
Henry Binnamon . 



Valparaiso 
Valparaiso 
Chesterton 
Valparaiso 
Valparaiso 
Valparaiso 
Valparaiso 
Chesterton 
Valparaiso 
Porter . _. . 
Valparaiso 
Valparaiso 
Valparaiso 
Valparaiso 
Valparaiso 
Valparaiso 
Hebron . . 
Hebron . . 
Chesterton 
Valparaiso 
Valparaiso 



November 26, 1892. 
December 24, 1892. 
January 6, 1893. 
January 30, 1893. 
March 16, 1893. 
April 26, 1893. 
May 6, 1893. 
June 9,, 1893. 
September 26, 1893. 
October 30, 1893. 
December 7, 1893. 
January 9, 1894. 
February 2, 1894. 
March 29, 1894. 
March 29, 1894. 
April 27, 1894. 
May 1, 1894. 
May 19, 1894. 
June 19, 1894. 
July 10, 1894. 
August 15, 1894. 



155 



NOTAEIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



POSEY COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 




Mt. Yernon 


February 17, 189.3. 






April 7, lh93. 




Mt. Vernon 

New Harmony 

Stewartsville 

New Harmony 


June 1,1893. 


Frank D. ' olton 


June 12. 1893. 
September 9, 1893. 




September 13, 1893. 


V.iJr. Whitirg 


September 20, 1893. 
October 7, 1893. 


New Harmony 




October 9, 1893. 


George Schenk 

Daniel 0. Barker . , 


St. Philip 


October 16, 1893. 
November 13, 1893. 


Mt. Vernun 


December 1, 1893. 




Mt. Vernon 


February 4, 1894. 




June 22, 1894. 






July 10, 1894. 






July 24, 1894. 


Fred P. Lponard 


Mt. Vernon 


October 10, 1894. 
October 22, 1894. 









PULASKI COUNTY. 



Chsrles S. Garrigues 
J. H Falyey .... 
Jolin'W. Morrow . . 
John M.Spangler . 
F.L.Dukes . . . 
Warren W. Borders 
JohnC. Nve .... 
William L.Bott . . 
Jacob 'Vv iricli . . . 
Elijah T. Blue . . . 
Darius South . . . 
John Ca pouch . . 
William J. Barnett 
Sarah Decker . . 
8. A.March . . . 
Wm.H.H.Tilton . 
Stephen I. Brown . 
Peter A. Follmar . 
M. M. Harthaway . 



Francesville .... 

Winamac 

Winamac 

Winamac 

Winamac 

Winamac 

Winamac 

Star City 

Star City 

Star City 

Oak 

N.Judson, Starke Co 

Winamac 

Winamac 

Pulaski ..... 

Medaryville .... 
Francesville .... 

Monterey 

Winamac 



Novenberia, 1892. 
December 16,1892. 
Jaruary28,1893. 
March 12, 1893. 
May 9, 1893. 
June 3, 1893. 
August 21, 1893. 
August 28, 1893. 
August 29, 1893. 
September 1, 1893. 
October 28, 1893. 
Januar;, 9, 1894. 
February 7, 1894. 
April 13. ■'894. 
May 5, 1894. 
June 4, 1894. 
June 13, 1894. 
September 4, 1894. 
September 15, 1894. 



PUTNAM COUNTY. 



John S. Alexander 

Charles A. Rockwell 

Silas A. Hays 


Portland MiUs 

Cloverdale 

Greencastle 

Greeneastle 


December 1, 1892. 
December 3, 1892. 
December 24, 1892. 


Thomas T. Moore 


December 30, 1892. 




January 16, 1893. 






February 2, 1893. 


John R. Miller 


Greencastle ■ 

CliDton Falls 

Greencastle 


February 7, 1893. 


Levi S. Moler 


February 22, 1893. 


John D. Reed , 

George Fox 


February 23, 1893. 
March 3, 1893. 


Badger Williamson 


Greenca&tle 

Greencastle 

Groveland 


April 6, 1893. 
April 13, 1893. 


Daniel T. Summers 


April 19, 1893. 


Francis L. Moore 


May 4, 1893. 


Eugena .4.Gilmore 

W.S.Scott 


Greencastle 


May 8, 1893. 
June 6, 1893. 


Jesse Richardson 


Greencastle 


August 12, 1893. 



156 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

PUTNAM COUNTY— ContiHued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


Charles T. Peck 


Greencastle 

Greencastle 

Russellville 

Greencastle 


August 19, 1893. 
September 14, 1893. 
September 26, 1893. 
October 27, 1893. 


John Burnside 

B. C. Miller 




January 18, 1894. 


Abner F. Fields 


Wheaton 

Greencastle 

Reelsville 

Roachdale 


February 7, 1894. 


James B. Nelson 

Willis E. Rolling 


February 20, 1894. 
February 22, 1894. 


Miles E Chastain . 


March 9, 1894. 


Helen R. Hathaway 

Jesse W. Weik 


Greencastle 

Greencastle 


March 15, 1894. 
March 21, 1894. 
April 16, 1894. 
April 27, 1894. 
May 10, 1894. 




Greencastle 




William H. Walden 


Putnamville 


May 18, 1894. 




August 10, 1894. 


Ida E. Orrell 


Greencastle 


August 24, 1894. 




September 18, 1894. 


John W O'Daniel ... 




Octobers, 1894. 









RANDOLPH COUNTY. 



James E. Engle . . . 
William L. Morgan 

Jos. H.Sell 

Benj. F. Marsh . . . . 
WardJarrett. . . . 
Henry P. Godwin . . 
William R.Tisor. . . 
Silas A. Canada . . . 
John A. Moorman . . 
Wesley 0. Smith . . , 
George E. Speicher. . 

John Flight 

Stymiur R. Allen . . 
L. H. Karns . . 
Charles L. Watson . , 
Erastus Loller . . , 
Alexander Vorhis . . 
John R. Engle . . , 
Oliver C. Gordon . 
Benjamin C. Marsh 
Crate D. Bowen . . , 
Clyde M. Watts. . 
Richard M. Hunt. . 
Edwin S. Jaqua 
Jesse B. McKinney. . 
Valentine Thompson 
William J. McFalls 
Thomas Addington 
John K. Owen . . . . 
Harvey A. Harrison 
Asa F. Wright . . 
Nelson W. Ferguson 
John A.Shockney . 
Calvin W. Diggs . . 
Walter G. Parry . . 
Ralph E. Macy . . . 
Fremont Garrett . . 
Webster Lambart . 
Jesse H. Hubbard . 
Renerdy Prickeit. . 
Miles M. Holiday . 
Charles F. Engle . . 



Winchester . . 

Spartansburg . 

Castle 

Winchester . . 

Winchester . . 

Fairview. . . . 

Rural 

Winchester . . 

Farmland . . . 

Winchester . . 

Winchester . . 

Winchester . . 

Ridgeville. . . 

Parker 

Winchester . . 

Winchester . . 

Winchester . . 

Winchester . . 

Union City . . 

Winchester . . 

Union City . . 

Winchester . . 

Trenton . . . . 

Winchester . . 

Parker. . . . 

Union City . . 

Carlos City . . 

Ridgeville . . . 

Harrisville . . 

Union City . . 
Bloomingsport 

Ridgeville. . . 

Union City . . 

Winchester . . 

Winchester . . 

Winchester . . 

Winchester . . 

Union City . . 

Lynn 

Winchester . . 

Losantville . . 
Winchester 



Novembers, 1892. 
Novembers, 1892. 
November 15, 1892. 
November 21, 1892. 
January 21, 1893. 
January 24, 1893. 
January 24, 1893. 
February 2, 1893. 
February 7, 1893. 
February 16, 1893. 
February 16, 1893. 
February 27, 1893. 
April 11, 1893. 
April 19, 1893. 
April 28, 1893. 
April 29, 1893. 
Junes, 1893. 
August 29, 1893. 
September 16, 1893. 
October 13, 1893. 
November 9, 1S93. 
December 22, 1893. 
January 16, 1894. 
January 27, 1894. 
January 31, 1894. 
February 28, 1894. 
March 15, 1894. 
March 23, 1894. 
March 23, 1894. 
March 23, 1894. 
March 26, 1894. 
March 26, 1894. 
April 4, 1894. 
April 16, 1S94. 
April 17, 1894. 
April 30, 1894. 
May 14,1894. 
June 19, 1894. 
July 13, 1894. 
Augu.-tl5, 1894. 
October 1, 1894. 
October 10,1894. 



157 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



RIPLEY COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Datec of Commission. 


Wells Jobnson 


Osgood 


Novembers, 1892. 






November 18, 1892. 


Hensley H. Kirk 


flaney's Corner 

Correct 

Marble Corner 


November 30, 1892. 
January 17. 1893. 


Collins Wildman 


March 22, 1893. 
May 3, 1893. 


Francis M. Thompson 


Versailles 


iMay 3, 1893. 






May 22, 1893. 






May 27, 1893. 


V. W. Bigney 




June 9, 1893 


Adrian V. Pickett 




August 1, 1893. 
Octobers, 189^. 
October 6. 1893. 


Carl E. Wood 

William Fleming 


Versailles 




October 25, 1893. 


Frank E.Otto 


Friendship 


January 5, 1894. 
February 24, 1894. 
March 2, 1894 






John N.Ward 


Pierceville 

Hopewell 


March 27, 1894. 
April 26, 1894. 




May 5, 1891. 




Sun man 


May 8, 1894. 
May 9, 1894. 




Robert E. Wooley 


Correct 

Batesville 

St. Magdalene 

Versailles 

Pierceville 


May 23,1894. 




July 25, 1894. 


Douglas Willoughby 

Raymond E. Thompson 

D.M.Redlon 


September 17, 1894. 
September 22, 1894. 
September 27. 1894. 
October 26. 1894. 









RUSH COUNTY. 



William J. Henley. . 
Benjamin F. Miller 
Edward M. Odear . , 
John Dearinger . . 
George W. Morgan . 
Thomas J. Nevrkirk 
John B. McDaniel 
Howard E. Barrett 
John F. Joyce . . . . 
John D. Megee . . . , 
William Morgan . . 
John M. Stevens . . 
Jesse Shortridge . . 
James H. Hill . . . 
Gates Sexton . . . 
Ulysses D. Cole . . 
Thomas Foley . . 
Horace C.Dailey . . 
Owen S. Hill 
George W. Brann . 
Thomas K. Mull . . 
Charles H.Gilbert . 
Frank J. Hall . . . 
Andrew C. Brown . 
William T. Davis . 
Douglas Morris . . 
James W. Sweetman 



Rushville . 
Rushville . 
Rushville . 
Homer . 
Rushville . 
Rushville 
Gowdy. 
Rushville . 
Rushville . 
Rushville . 
New Salem 
Rushville . 
Greenwood 
Carthage . 
Rushville . 
Rushville . 
Milroy. . . 
Rushville . 
Carthage . 
Rushville . 
Manilla . . 
Rushville . 
Rushville . 
Rushville . 
Windsor. . 
Rushville . 
Rushville 



November 1, 1892. 
November 11, 1892. 
November 11, 1892. 
January 24. 1893. 
February 10, 1893. 
February 15, 1893. 
February 28, 1893. 
April 7, 1893. 
April 12, 1893. 
April 13, 1893. 
April 26, 1893. 
July 19, 1893. 
August 4, 1893. 
September 7, 1893. 
September 8, 1893. 
September 27. 1893. 
October 9, 1893. 
October 17, 1893. 
October 28, 1893. 
December 27, 1893. 
January 13,1894. 
January 31, 1894. 
February 9, 1894. 
February 17, 1894. 
February 20, 1894. 
August 20, 1894. 
Septembprl2,1894. 



158 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



SCOTT COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


William H. Sierp 


Scottsburgh 

Lexirgton 

Scottsburgh 


November 21, 1892. 


A.H.Canpbell 

John H. J. Sierp 

William H. Penrington 


April 4, 1893. 
Septembers, 1893. 
December 7, 1893. 




Jauuiiry 16, 1891. 






February 24, 1894. 






March 6, 1894. 






March 13, 1894. 


Samuel C.Wolff 

John C. Richey 

Sim M Rogers 


Leota . 

Leota 

Scottsburgh .' 


April 7, 1894. 
April 10, 1894. 
August 1, 1894. 







SHELBY COUNTY. 



Frank B. BlacK 
Kendall M. Hord . . 
Edmund K. Adams . 
Charles W.Hale . . . 
Emma L. Favorite . . 
Clarence R. Bruce . . 
George P. Jordan . . 
William M. Pierson . 
Cora S. Ferris .... 
William N.Patterson 

Emily Hord 

Lula A. Jordan . . . 
Joshua F. Spurlin . . 
Thomas S. Finley . . 
Robert W. Harrison . 
&. W. P. Kirk .... 
Henry M. Connelly . 
Thomas B. Thompson 
John A. Kirkwiiod 
Erastus W. McDaniel 
Thomas B. Carey . . 

Alonzo Blair 

Isaac Carter 

Thadius D. Lewis . . 
George A. Rose . . . 
Daniel T. Culbcrfson 
Peter G. Ksmps . . . 
Charles H.Tindall . 
Sanford A. Mullen . 
Marcus S. .Means . . 



Bengal . . . 

Shelbyville . . 
Shelbyville . 
Shelbyville 
Shelbyville , 

Shelbyville . 
Morristown 
Fountaintovcn 

Fhelbyviile . . 

Morristown . . 

Shelbyville , . 

Morristown . . 

Shelbyville . . 
Shelbyville 

Shelbyville . . 

Shelbyville . . 

Flat Rock . . . 

Shelbyville . . 

Flat Rock . . . 

Shelbyville . . 

Fair land . . . 

Shelbyville . . 

Shelbyville . . 

Waldron . . . 

Shelbyville . . 

Fairland . . . 

Shelbyville . . 

Shelbyville . . 

Blue Ridge . . 

Fairland . . . 



November 12, 1892. 
November 21, 1892, 
November 21, 1892. 
December 27, 1892. 
January 12,1893. 
January 14, 1893. 
January 28, 1893. 
February 14, 1893. 
March 31, 18b'3. 
April 13, 189:. 
June 26, 1893. 
July 1,1893. 
August 7, 1893, 
August 16, 1891 . 
October 17, 1893. 
October 31, 1893. 
January 4, 1894. 
January 17, 1894. 
January 24, 1894. 
March 21, 1894. 
April 10, 1894. 
May 11, 1894. 
May 29, 1894. 
June 18, 1894. 
July 23, 1894. 
July 23, 1894. 
July 25, 1894. 
Sei.tembtr 18, 1894. 
October 4. 1894. 
October 26, 1894. 



SPENCER COUNTY. 



Benjamin F.Jordan . 
Charles A. Bullington 
J. R. Hurst . . . . 
Jo.^eph W.Nourse . . 
John P. Ashby . . . 
William M. Jones . . 
F.M. Thorn . . . 
William H. H. Taylor 
Harry L.David.=on . 
Samuel D. Finch . . 
J. H. Nelson 



Evan; ton . 
Rockport . 
NewtoEville 
Rockport . 
Eureka 
Gentryville 
Lamar . . 
Buffaloville 
Gentryville 
Grand View 
Grand View 



December 22, 1892. 
December 21,1892. 
January 14,1893. 
January 30, 1893. 
January 31, 1893. 
January 31, 1893. 
April 3, 1893. 
April 7, 1893. 
April 22, 1893. 
April 27. 1893. 
May 8, 1893. 



169 
:N'0TARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

SPENCER COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


Ellis DeBruler 


Rockport 

Eureka ... 


June 8, 1893. 
June 20,1893. 




June 27, 1893. 


G. R. Kellams 


Gentryville 

Dale 


June 28, 1893. 




July 6, 1393. 
July 29, 1893. 


Robert H. Walter 


Dale 






August 9, 1893. 




Huff 

Newtonville 


November 24, 1893. 


Levi Haines ... 

George W.McVey 


March 21, 1894. 
April 16,1894. 


H. N Williams 


Gentryville 

Dale 

Rockport 

Grand View 


June 9, 1894. 


"William S. Thompson 

William L. May 


June 30, 1894. 
July 26, 1894. 


C. C. Mason 


August 29, 1894. 


Allen J.Peyton 


October 6. 1891. 









STAEKE COUNTY. 



Orlando U. Holdeman . 
Henry Lightcap .... 
Mark V. Bender . . . 
William G. McCormack 
Robert Larimer .... 

Albert Mack 

Henry E. White . . 
Jos. N. McCormack . . 
Michael D. Falvey . . . 
Herbert R. Hoffel . . 
Henry A. Woodworlh . 
Andrew J. Uneapher . 
Frank M. Roberson . . 
Jesse A.Nichols . . . 
Henry R. Robbins . . 
Thomas J. Thompson . 



Grovertown . 
North Judson 
Knox .... 
Knox .... 
Bass Lake . . 
North Judson 
North Judson 
Knox . . . 
San Pierre . 
Knox .... 
Knox .... 
Grovertown . 
Knox .... 
North Judson 
Knox .... 
Knox .... 



January 7, 1893. 
Janunry21, 1893. 
February 6, 1893. 
March 27, 1893. 
May 3, 1893. 
August 16, 1893. 
September 11, 1893. 
October 26, 1893. ' 
February 12, 1894. 
February 17, 1894. 
June 4, 1894. 
June 15, 1894. 
July 25, 1894. 
August 9, 1894. 
Octjberll,1894. 
October 23, 1894. 



ST. JOSEPH COUNTY. 



George P. Rose 

William A. Dailey 

Joseph G. Orr 

B. Edward 

Ilouis A. Hull 

James A. Judie 

Jasper Garst 

Albert H. Gushing 

John Niles 

William J. F. Piepenbrink 

C.J. Gaskill 

Leon Shinaberger 

John W. Talbott 

Alpheus 0. Van Liew . . . 

Robert P. Kizer 

Hattie E. Bingham .... 

Kate R. Bingham 

Harry G. Sehock 

Jonathan P. Creed. . . . 
Lillian M. Jennings .... 

iJemas D.Bates 

Robert W. Bast 

iDayton D. Mangus .... 



■•^1 uth Bend 
Waikerton 
Snuth Bend , 
Notre Dame 
S juth Bend , 
South Bend , 
South Bend , 
South Bend , 
Mi.shawaka , 
S .uth Bend . 
.>Muth Bend . 
Granger . , 
Miuth Bend 
L ikeville . 
Snuth Bend . 
Vl ishawaka . 
Mishawaka . 
South Bend , 
South Bend , 
South Bend , 
S )uth Bend , 
South Bend . 
Lakeville . . 



November 4, 1892. 
November 15, 1892. 
November 17, 1892. 
December 30, 1892. 
January 13, 1893. 
February 4, 1893. 
February 4, 1893. 
February 8, 1893. 
February 16, 1893. 
February 17, 1893. 
March 16. 1893. 
March 16, 1893. 
March 17, 1893. 
March 27, 1893. 
March 30, 1893. 
April 1, 1893. 
April 1, 1893. 
April 29, lb93. 
June 5, 1893. 
June 5, 1893. 
June 7, 1893. 
June 14, 1893. 
June 20, 1893. 



160 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

ST. JOSEPH COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission 



Otto B. Reichelt . . 
John R'.th . . . , 

Joseph M. Eberhardt 
James Eastnn . . . . 
C. A. Carlisle . . . . 
Adolph S Ginz . . . 

Laura Yaut 

Thomas W. Slick 
WilbertWard . . . . 
Dnniel Rich . . . , 
Ella A.Jackson . . . 
John P. Kirby . . . 
Ada Shaw 

W. W. Curtis . . . 
F. J. Lewis Mej'er 
John E. Fii-her . . . . 
Ryell T.Miller . . , 
Edward F. Dubail . . 
Charles L. Granger , 
John W. Peters . . , 
Francis M. Jackson 
Louise Hanaur . 
Robert D. 0. Hupel 
Jacob D. Henderson 
L. H.Wilson . . , 
Leo F. Tomafzeski 
\¥illiam H Deacon 
Patrick J. Haulihan 
Vincent Brunncr . , 
Henry T. Klingaman 
August B. Yenn . . , 
George A. Kurtz 
Frank B. Warner . 
Gladys Duncan 
Frank H. Dunnahoo 
Jennie L. Culver . . 
J. Alex. McMichael 
John B. Metzger . . 



South Bend . 
South Bend . 
Mishawaka . 
South Bend • 
South Bend . 
South Bend . 
South Bend . 
South Bend . 
South Bend . 
South Bend 
South Bend . 
South Bend . 
South Bend . 
Mishawaka . 
South Bend . 
South Bend . 
South Bend . 
South Bend . 
Walkfrton . 
t'outh Bend . 
South Bend 
South Bend . 
South Bend . 
South Bend . 
Mishawaka . 
South Bend . 
New Carlisle 
South Bend . 
Mishawaka . 
South Bend 
Mi-hawaka . 
South Bend . 
South Bei.d . 
South Bend . 
South Bend . 
South Bend 
Mishawaka . 
Granger . . . 



June 22, 1893. 
June 26, 1893. 
July 19, 1893. 
August 29, 1893. 
September 20, 1893. 
October 9, 1893. 
October 14, 1893. 
October 26, 1893. 
November 6, 1893. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 22, 1894. 
December 28, 1894. 
January 23, 1894. 
February 6, 1894. 
February 7, 1894. 
March 17, 1894. 
March 20, 1894. 
March 26,1894. 
March 31. 1894. 
May 9, 1894. 
May 10, 1894, 
June 18, 1894. 
July 12, 1894. 
July25, 18t4. 
July 28, 1894. 
August 8, 1894. 
August 18, 1894. 
August 20, 1894. 
August 25, 1894. 
August 28, 1894. 
September 8, 1894. 
September 10, 1894. 
September 13, 1894. 
September 29, 1891. 
October 1,1894. 
October 11, 1894. 
October 11, 1894. 



STEUBEN COUNTY. 



John Paul 

Frank M. Powers 

George W. McConnell . . . 

Jesse H. Carpenttr 

George R. Farnum 

Alexander Thompson . . . 
Alzein Aileen Ralston Scott, 
William W Snyder .... 

Thomas Miller 

Fred. I- Willis 

Jacob Ruinmel 

William T.Clark 

Harman L. Hutson 

Charles V.Foulk 

Charles H. Western .... 

Eugene Davis 

William M. Carr ...... 

Charles A. Yotter .... 

John N. Ousterhout .... 

Louis I. C. Young 

Byron Work 

Lawrence Gates 

Samuel A. Harper 



Ray . . . 

Angola. . . . 

Angola. . . . 

Angola. . . . 

Hamilton . . 
Ray .... 

Angola . . . 

Fremont. . . 

Angola. . . . 
Waterloo 

Hamilton . . 

Fremont. . . 

Angola . . 

Angola . . . 

Hudson . . 

Angola . . • 

Angola . ■ 
Angola . 
Salem Centre 

Ray 

Angola . . . 

Angola ■ . . 

Angola- . . . 



December 22, 1892. 
December 30, 18^2. 
January 10, 1893. 
February 7, 1893. 
April 27, 1893. 
May 2. 189S. 
May 29, 1893. 
August 10, 1893. 
September 6, 1893. 
September 8, 1893. 
September 11, 1893. 
December 23. 1893. 
January 25, 1894. 
January 27, 1894. 
March 6, 1894. 
March 12, 1894. 
March 13. 1894. 
April 5, 1894. 
April 18, 1894. 
April 18, 1894. 
Mayl, 1894. 
August 9, 1894. 
September 8, 1894. 



161 

:N'0TARIES PCJBLIC— Continu-ed. 
SULLIVAN COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Datk of Commission. 


Wm T Douthitt 




December 31, 1892. 


George W Buflf 




JaDu;iry 9, 1893. 






January 17, 1893. 
January 26, 1893. 
February 1, 1893, 
February 8. 1893. 
April ; 7, 1893. 
April 20, 1893. 
May ">. 1893. 


James E. Speake 

JobnT.H ys 

W J Curtiier . . 


Carn>lt; 

Sullivan 


M 'ggie McGrew ... 




Sullivan 

Sullivan 


Wm T Cr:iw'ord ■ . . 


Charles P Wnlker . . . 


May !5, 1893. 
June 14, 1S93. 




Farmersburg 




June 2-t, 1893. 


Milton A. Hiiddon 




November 1, 1893. 


Wm.C. Bnireit 




November 15,1^93. 




Carlisle 

Sullivan 


November 25, 1893. 


John S. Baj's . 


March 20, 1894. 
March 22, 189-1. 




Sullivan 

MoVille 


May 3, 1894. 
June 12, 1894. 


Henry H. Mr-Haley 






July 7, 1894. 


Ed. Q. Carrithers 


(iraysville 


Julyl2,lS94. 
August 15, 1894. 


William Tennis 


Alexander It. Gavins 




October 4, 189-1. 




Eagle 


October 17, 1894. 







SWITZERLAND COUNTY. 



Louis F. Works . . 
Andrew J. Works . 
George S. Pleasants 

John Urem 

James M. Long . . 
James W. ''bristle . 
James R. He.vitc . . 
William D. Ward . 
James T. Bodkin . 
John r. Huston . . 
Eugene M. Heath . 
Wm. BuDger .... 



Vevay 

Alltnsville 

Vevay 

Vevay 

Queercus Grove 

Jay 

Brooksburg (.Jefferson Co.) 

Vevay 

Patriot 

Patriot 

East Enterprise 

Antioeh ....... 



January 11, 1893. 
April 8, 1893. 
May 4, 1893. 
June 9, 1893. 
Julyll^ 1893. 
July 20, 18y3. 
November 23, 1893. 
February 2, 1894. 
February 22, 1894. 
February 28, 1894. 
March 10. 1894. 
August 28, 1894. 



T1PPECA.no E COUNTY. 



William S.Potter 

Samuel Mustard ..... . 

David Buron 

N.I. Throckmorton 

Alva 0. Eeser 

Ealph D. A'loore 

Arthur D. Cunningham . . 

John S. Lewi.'s 

William H. Vaughn 

Charles W. Bants 

Frederick 0. Fvans 

William H. Siinespring . . . 
Joseph W. WiiLtach .... 

Joseph Eacock 

Minor E. Mocrehouse .... 

W D. Heston 

JohnLe\prirg 

William V. Stu-irt 

Clarence F.Jamison .... 

11 — Sec. of State. 



Lafayette 
Glenn Hall 
Laf yetle . 
Lafayette . 
Laiayette . 
Laf yette . 
Lafayette . 
Laiayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Laiayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafiyette . 
Lafayette . 
Laf yette . 
Laftiyette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 



November 2, 1892. 
November 15: 1892. 
November 16, 1892. 
November 18, 1892. 
December 5, 1892. 
December 12, 1892. 
December 17, 1S92. 
December 20, 1892. 
February 11, 1893. 
Marfh 1,1893. 
March 8. 1893. 
March 25. 1893. 
March 30, 1893. 
March 31, 1893. 
April 11, 1893. 
April 18, 1893. 
April 26,1893. 
April 28. 1893. 
May 26, 1893. 



162 

InTOTARIES public— Continued. 
TIPPECANOE COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 




Lafayette 


Junes, 18<^3. 




June 21, !893. 


Jlobert (x Miller . ..... 




June 22, 1893 






June 26, 1893. 


Charles t' Stallard * 




June 27, 1893. 






iSeptember 27, 1893. 






September -'8, 1893. 
Deo-mberti, 1893. 






Schuyler 0. Marke 

Joe E. P.iiilp.y 


Latayette 

Lafayette . ■ 


January 15, 1894 
January 27, 1894. 
February 5. 1891 


Albert J. Arnett 

Marv F. Brown 


tJugur Grove 

Laiayetts 


February 7, 1894. 
February 8, 1894. 


Lester Clfirk 


FebrurrvS, 1894. 


Paul Wils^r,ch 




March 16, 1894. 




Lafayette 


March 20, 1894. 


Wm.li. \yiiJoushby •. 


March 30, 1894. 




Mirfh3i,l>i94. 




Latayette 

Lafayette 

Laiayette 


April 10, 1894. 
April 11,1894. 
Aijrii 12, 18.-)4. 


William J. Ri'>seberry , • • ■ 


George B. Hawthorne . . . 

Charles (t. Longyear 

John Connolly 

Edvraid Dure an 

Van S B'lrtou . . 


May 10, 1X94. 


Lafayette 

Lafayette 

West Point 


June2H, 1S94. 
July 23, 1894. 
Ausust 14. 1894. 
September 14, 1894. 







TIPTON COUNTY. 



Amasy B. Seward 
H. W. Pa'tersnn . . 
W. H. Dean 
(rrer.. A. Hnrlow. . 
J. D Smith 
B.. B. Beaucharap 
Thomas T. Walker. 
James B. Summers 
A. D. Riffe , . . 
James M. Smith . . 
Joseph A. Lewis . . 
Philip 0. Armstrong 
William P^ O^lebay 
Samuel A. Webber . 
James M. Fip))en . 
Jams? M, Purvis 
William W. Clark 
Stanley J. Cooper , 
James W . Waugh . 
Frank M. Hancock 
John L. Ogleba.y . . 
John W. Gnl breath 
John E. Ballenger . 
Williara Briscoe . 
Louis Land 
William Shopc . . . 
Jesse Pi,. Coleman 
Joseph A. Herii'an 
William H, E.ton 
Carl H (Jilibrd 
Bonnie Beauchamp 
John Q. Seright 
Fines E. E. .Me.al . . 
Emslev A. Overman 
Solomon D. Rouls 
Ber.jamin F. Leavell 
John K, Carson . . 



Kempton . 
Tipton . . . 
Windfall 
(-Jroijmsville 
Tit- ton. . 
Tipton. . 
Tipton . . 
Tipton . . 
Windfall 
Tipton . . 
'I'iptoii . 
Win;lfa!l 
Tipton . 
Windfall 
Tipton . . 
Tipton . . 
Tipton . 
Kempt'n 
Tiptoo . 
Tipton . . 
Tioton. . 
Tipt n . 
Sharpesville 
Tipton . 
Curtisville 
Kemptiin 
Tiiiton . . 
T\pton . . 
Kempton 
fijiton . . 
Tipton . . 
Tipton. . 
Tipton . . 
Tipton. . 
Tipton . 
Tipton . 
Tipton . . 



December 1, 1892. 
Decembers 1892. 
December 10, 1892. 
December 12, 1892. 
Jaiiuary 19, 1893. 
January 25,1893. 
February iO, 1893. 
■February IH. 1893, 
February 18, 1893. 
April 7. 1893. 
April 20, 1893. 
May 18, 1893. 
Jupe 1,1893., 
June 12, 1893. 
June29, 1S93. 
July 17, 189.3. 
August 21, 1893. 
Aiifiust 12,1X93. 
Au.-u<t i8, 1893. 
f^ept.mber 2(5,1893. 
September 29, 1893. 
October 6, 18s'3. 
Oetnber -'3, 1893. 
November 21, 1893. 
Novemb'-r i3, 1893. 
DeceiGber I. 1893. 
January 29, 1894. 
February 20, 1894. 
March V8, I8it4. 
May 2, 1894. 
Junf 22. 1894. 
September 5. 1894. 
Septembers, 1894. 
September fi, 1894. 
September 7, 1894. 
Octoherl6,1894. 
October 16, 1864. 



163 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
UNION COUNTY. 



NAME. 


KESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


James W. Conaway 

Finlev Egbert 


Liberty 

Cottage Grove 

Liberty 


January 4, 1893. 
April 25,1893. 
October 20, 1893. 






November 28, 1893. 


Lillian A. Stautord 


Liberty 

Liberty 


May 21, 1894. 
July 6. 1894. 


Jchn B Macy 


Juiv il, 1894. 




Liberty 


October 1, 1894. 







VANDERBURGTT COUNTY. 



Louis E. Kraft ..... 
Anna L. Berridge ■ . . . 
Oscar K. Hi Icomb . . . 
Joseph P. Clemmens. 
Robert K. Nisbet. ... 
John H. Sontig .... 
James T. Walker. . . , 
nhti.-topber Benthaus . , 
William A. Walker . . 
Louis H. Legler ... 
Geo. A. Cunningham . . 
Thomas U Beidelman . , 

Elmer E. CLirk 

Robert H.bmith . . . 
Raymond N . Lannert . . 
Georgre W. Moore . . . . 

W. P.G epn'i 

Tannar Aithouse. . , . . 
Nellie .McCutcheon . . . 

t'icero Bui-hanan 

F. M. Kwing 

Fred. Frank ....... 

Isiiior lisflinser 

John J. Marlett 

J. H Fo.cter 

Jamps G. Owen 

Waller K. Frendeuburg . 
Charle.s M. .'arvis . . . . 
Ger-rge L. L^.uden . . . . 
Grace Nessen . . . 

Saunders P. Hornbrook . 

Clinton St;iser 

Graham F. Den by . . . . 
Thomas W.Thornburgh . 

Herman Ei'gle 

T. VV Vaneman 

Charles D. Eves 

Oscar E. Woods 

Nora D Vi7-fent . . . 
Edward r. Elliott . . . . 

Juiia Cook ■ 

Xiehard b;. Graves. . . 

Helen H( pkins 

William A. Page. . . . 
William M.Blakey . . 

P. A. Guthrie 

Day Luther Anderson 
Elmer Q. Loekyear . . . 

A. L. Cramer 

James W. Lauer . . . 

Christopher H. Wesseler. 
Henry vS. lieinett . . . . 

John Brownlee , 

George K. Denton . . . . 
Louis fcieffert 



Evansville. 

Evansviiie. 

Evansville. 

Evansville. 

Evans- ille. 

Evansville. 

Evansville. 

Evansville. 

Evansville. 

Evansville. 

Evansville. 

Evansville. 

Evansville. 

Evansville. 

Evant-ville. 

Evansville. 

Evansville. 

Kvansville. 

Evaiisvill's. 

Kvan.sville, 

Evansville. 

Evansvillfe. 

Evansville. 

Evansville. 

Evansville. 

Evan^viIle. 

Evansville. 

Evansville. 

Evansville. 

Evansville. 

Evans\ i'Je. 

Evansville. 

EvrinBville 

Evansville 

Evansville 

Evansville 

Evansville 

Evhnsville 

Evansville 

Evansville 

Evansville 

Evansville 

Evansville 

Evansville 

Evansville 

I'ivansville 

Evansville 

Evansville . 

Evansville 

Evansville . 

Evansville 

Evansville 

Evansville . 

Evansville , 

Evansville . 



November 7, 1892. 
November 21, 1892. 
December 13, ]892. 
December 27, 1892. 
December 31, 1892. 
December 31,1892. 
December 31. 1892. 
January 7, 1893. 
January 11, 1893. 
JaTarary31,1893. 
February 10, 1893. 
March 17, 1893. 
April 4. 1891 
April 17,1893. 
ApriM7, 1893. 
April 24, 1893. 
April 25. 1893. 
May 3. 1893. 
May 11, 1892. 
May 17, 1895. , 
June 10,1893. 
Junel4,189.-i. 
June 15, 1893. 
July 14, 1893. 
August 1. 1893. 
Aui^ust 15, 1893. 
Augu- 15, 1893.. 
Autruft i6, 1893, 
August 21, 1893. 
August 29. 1893. 
September 14, 1893. 
September 26, 1893. 
Octobers, 1893. 
Octobers. 1893. 
October 10. 1893. 
October 16, 1893. 
October 20, 1893. 
November 2, 1893. 
November 2, 1893. 
November 10, 1893. 
Decimberr2, 1893. 
December 14, 1893. 
December 15. 1893. 
January 22, 1894. 
January 24, 1891. 
March 6, 189i. 
March 12, 1894. 
March 16, 1894. 
March 21, 1894. 
March 21, 1894. 
April 3. 1894. 
April 26, 1894. 
April 30, 1894. 
May 2, 1894. 
May 5, 1894. 



164 
NOTAEIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

VANDERBURGH COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 




Evansville 


Mavll, 1894. 




May 31, ^^94. 


James M. Lynch 




June 2, 1894. 




June 12, 1894. 


AugUvSt BrauQS, Jr 




June 16, l>-94. 


Evansville 

Evansville 

Kvansville 


June 30. 1894. 


Annie W, Nexsen 

Harry M Peckinpaugh 


July 20, 1H94. 
August 25, 18P4. 
Septembers, 1894. 






Septemher6, 1894. 
September 11, 1894. 
September 28, 1894. 










William S Kodway . . ...... 




October 4, 1894. 




October 4, 1894. 




Evansville . . 

Evansville 

Evansville 


October 4, 1894. 


John M. Davenport 


October 19, 1894. 
October 24, 1894. 







VERMILLION COUNTY. 



Joseph W. Amis 
A. R. Hopkins . 
W.F. Kerns . . 
John T. Corai>ton 
John C. Bryant. 
Dollie D. Wiltermood 
D. C. Johnson . . 
Lewis H.Johnson 
Alvin B Oasebeer 
M. B. Hiberly . . 
Bird H.Davis . . 
Oscar B. Gibson . 



Clinton . . 
Newport. . 
Toronto . . 
Perrysville 
Perrysville 
Clinton . . 
Clinton . . 
Rileysbuigh 
Hillsddle . 
Oayuga . . 
Newport. . 
Newport. . 



November 12.1*^92. 
December 16,1892. 
Februiiry 11, 1893. 
April 1,1893. 
April 4, 18^3. 
August 2i, 1893. 
September 14. 1893. 
October 25. 1893. 
December 12, 1893. 
August 15. 1894. 
Octobor31,1894. 
October 31, 1894. 



VIGO COUNTY. 



Clinton M. Thompson 
Ora D. Davis .... 
John Foulks . . . 
Frank M. Dunkin . 
Nathaniel Allen . . 
George M. Crone . . 
John C. W lodiufi' . 
Daniel Ross Bronson 
Joseph L Foltz . . 
Andrew F. Wiun . . 
Jacob D Farly . . 
A. S. Loudermiik . 
John C. VVarrt-n 
Charles L. Hust-ell . 
Andrew F. Miller 
John E. Co.\ . . 

David W. Henry! 
Charles C. Men^ely. 
Marshall (i. Leo . . 
Willis D.Miller . . 
Eob't B. Stimson . 
Jesse R. xMokr 
Henry Schonefeld . 
Frederick Lee . . . 
John 0. Piety 
William A. McFarland 
Robert O.Miller . . . . 



Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
Ril-y . 
Terre Haute . 
Libertvville . 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
Terre ILiute . 
Terre Haute . 
Ma ksville. . 
Terre Ha te . 
Terre Haute . 
Burnett 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute . 
lerre Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute . 



Novembers, 18P2. 
December 8, 1892. 
December 8, 18iJ2. 
December 16, 1892. 
December 17, 1892. 
December 17, 1892. 
December 20. 1892. 
December 22. 1892. 
January 16, 1893. 
January .30, 1893. 
Febru:irv2. 1893. 
February 8. 1893. 
Febiuary21, 1893. 
February 24. 1893. 
M.irch 7, 1893. 
March 20, 1893. 
April 10, 1893. 
April 12, 1K93. 
April 2(1, 1892. 
May 9, 18-^3. 
May 12, 1893. 
May 17, 1893. 
May 20, 1893. 
May 27, 1893. 
June 5, 1K93. 
July 22, 1893. 
July 25, 1893. 



165 



ITOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



VIGO COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Harry S.Wallace. . . 
William T. French. . 
William W. Worstell 
John W. Gerdink . . 
William C. Dook . . . 
Daniel V Miller . . . 
Mary L. Taylor . . . 
Fred. W. Beal .... 
John A. Dailey . . . 
Walton C. Rhyan . . 
Vern J. Barlow . . . 
Theodore Debs . . . 
Louise E. Haberly . ■. 
Ennis Shirley . , 

William Tichenor . . 
Quiney A. Hunt . . . 
Isaac Torner .... 
John F. Keean . . . 
George M. Davis . . . 
Sant C. Davis .... 
Andrew Dempsey . . 
James L. Price . . . 
Lucy Routzahn . . . 
Harry J. B iker . . . 
Sydney B. D.ivis . . 
Linus A. Evans • . 
R.Voorhpes Newton 
William W. Rumsey 
B. V. M.irshall . . . 
Robert H.Catlin . . . 
J. Irvine Riddle . . 
Philip B. O'Reiley . 
Francis D. Crews . . 
AlgetBiuns ... 
Bezaleel Holmes . . 
William M. Slaughter 
Obadiah C. Fuqua 
James T. Loughead . 
Harry M Sp^ng . . . 
Thomas Keylt.n . . . 
Prank A. Kelley . . 
Elmer F. Williams . 
August Stuckenberg . 
Howe Allen Condit . 
William F. Oormack 
George \V. Hoffman . 
Joseph Mullikin . . . 
James W. Haley . . 
Benjamin F. Havens- 
Jesse S. Harrold . . . 
William M. Adelotte 
Thomas. H. Hite . . . 
William P. Pevton . 
William O.Eliiott . . 
Henry Y. Davis . . . 
John F. Lawson . . 
Hazoei Griffith .... 
Laura A. Clearwater 



Terre Haute 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
'I'erre Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
New Goshen 
Teire Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
Prairie Creek 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute • 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Hiute . 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Hiute . 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
Terrp Haute 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute 
1 erre Haute . 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Lewis 

Terre Haute 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute . 
Coal Blufif . 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute . 
Terre Haute 



July 26, 1893. 
July 27, 189.3. 
August 17, 1893. 
August 25, 18Vt3. 
August 28, 1893. 
Septembers, 1893. 
September 12, 1893. 
September 19, 1893. 
September 26, 1893. 
September 3U, 1893. 
October 7. 1893. 
October 11, 1893. 
October 12, 1893. 
October IB, 1893. 
October 24, 1893. 
November 15, 1893. 
December 11, 1893. 
December 12, 1893. 
December 14,1893. 
December 14, 1894. 
December 15, 1893. 
December 28, 1893. 
December 30, 1893. 
December 30, 1893. 
January 2,1894. 
January 15,1894. 
Februari 7, 1894. 
February 14, 1894. 
March 10, 1894. 
March 28, 1894. 
April 2, 1894. 
May 8, 1894. 
May 11,1894. 
May 12, 1894. 
May 17, 1894. 
May 24, 1H94. 
May 26, 1«94. 
June 5. 1894. 
June Ifi. 1894. 
June 19, 1891. 
July 3, 1894. 
July 5. 1891. 
July 31, 1894. 
July 31.1894. 
August 23, 1894. 
August 27, 1894. 
August 28, 1894. 
September 4, 1894. 
September 11,1894. 
.September 13, 1894. 
September 21, 1894. 
September 27. 1894. 
October 6, 1894. 
Octobers. 1894. 
October 13, 1894. 
October 23, 1894. 
October 26, 1894. 
October 26, 1894. 



166 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
WABASH COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



John B. Rose 

Arkansas Altdoerffer . . . . 
Charles E. Newhouse . . . . 

Daniel W. Krisher 

Charles Flinn 

Benjamin F. Clemans . . . . 
Clwrkson W. Weesner . . . . 

WiHiam H. Bent 

John W.B. Milliner 

Aaron Siaion 

Louis Keagle 

John B. Shiriley 

Jerome F Wellman 

Laura Hess 

William H. Warvel 

Alvah Taylor 

Cornelia J. Parish 

Benjamin F Lines 

John A. Olevinger 

John B. Barter . ; . . . . 

Wm. J. Conner 

Walter A. Domer 

M. H. Petitt . 

J. Barmentes 

James W. Arthur 

Alvin P. Smith . , 

Charles S. King 

John H. Dioktn 

George T. Herrick 

Charles M. Wert 

James W.Stewart 

L. J. Burdge 

Joseph J. Keleh 

James D Connor, Jr 

Henry B. Scott 

James P. Ross 

AV alter Burke 

Marma Juke H. Mendenhall ■ 

Henry C. Petitt . 

L. C. Parmenter 

Lincoln Gwynn 

ClauileD. ^titl. 

Amisrose B. Ererhard . . . . 
Thomas L.Stitt . . . . . 
Louis li. Lautzenhizer. . . • 

Charles A. Sala 

Eiias A Blickenstaff . . . . 
Edward B. Eibenbury . . . . 

George Toild 

John Isenbarger 



Wabash 

Wahash 

Wahash 

Wabash 

Wabash 

tv'orth Manchester 

Wabash 

Wabash-. . : . . . 

Wabash 

Wabash 

Lsketon 



Disko 

Urbana 

Wabash 

North Manchester 

Wabash 

Wabash 

LaFountain . . . . 
Nt-rth Manchester 
North Manchester 

Koann 

North Manchester 
Wabash .... 
Wabash . . . . . 
North Manchester 
North Manchester 

Wabash 

Waba.sh 

Wabash 

Wabash 

Wabash . . . 

North Manchester 
Lincolnville . . . 

Wabash 

Disko 

Wabash 

Wabash 

Wabash 

Wabash 

Wabash 

Wabash 



Wabash 

Wabash 

WabMsh 

JNorth Manchester 
North M mehester 
Norih Manchester 

Wabash 

Lagro 

North Manchester 



November 18, 1892. 
November 28, 1892. 
December 5, 1892. 
January 9, 1893. 
January 20, 1893. 
January 24, 1893. 
February 20, 1893. 
February 24, 1893. 
March 3, 1893. 
March 4, 1893. 
March 14, 1893. 
Marches, 1893, 
April?, 1893. • 
April 19, 1893. 
April 19, 1893. 
May 9, 1893. 
Juneie, 1S93. 
August 5, 1893. 
August 15, 1893. 
August 30, 1893. 
September 20, 1893. 
September 30. 1893. 
October 16, 1893. 
October 20, 1893. 
November 7, 1893. 
November 13, 1893. 
November 21, 1893. 
December 7, i893. 
Jar.uary 20, 1894. 
February 1, 1894. 
February 6, 1894. 
February 14, 1894. 
February 28, 1894. 
March 7, 1849. 
March 17, 1894. 
March -1, 1894. 
March 31, 1894. 
April 27, 1S94. 
May 3, 1894. 
May 10, 1894. 
June 20. 1894. 
June 20,1894. 
July 10, l«94. 
July 17, 1894. 
July 18, 1894. 
September 13, 1894. 
September 13, 1894. 
September 15, 1894. 
September 19. 1894. 
October 27, 1S91. 



WAEREN COUNTY. 



J. Frank Hanly . 
Boliver Robb . 
C. V.McAdams . 
P. A. Judy .... 
John Q. Hock 
Orlando L. Winks 
Chris. Dove 
Frank B. Lemna . 
J.B.Judy 
John C. Stephens 
Attie L. Davis . . 
Green V.Hill . . 
Leroy W.Judy. . 



Williamsport 
West LKbanon 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Green Hill 
Wlllitimsport 
Winthrop . . 
Carbondale . 
Carbondale . 
Williamsport 
Carbondale . 
Carbondale . 
Williams-port 



November 12, 1892. 
December 7, 1892. 
January 10, 1893. 
March 6, 1893. 
April 22,1893. 
May 19,1893. 
Juno 8, 1893. 
June 12, 1893. 
June 12, 1893. 
July 8, 1893. 
nct(iber3, 1893. 
Octobers, 1893. 
October 3, 1893. 



]67 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



WAEREN COUiNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. Date op Commission. 


John M.Mavitv 

John A. Trimble 

William B. Durborrow 

Thomas C. Bailey 

Milton H. Vinson 

James W. McMullen 


West Lebanon 

Wiliiamsport 

William«f)ort . 

Green Hill . . 


November 7, 1893. 
Novemoer 16,1893. 
January 11, 1894. 
February 9, 1894. 
February 16,1894, 
March 19, 1894. 
May 1, 1894. 
June 6, 1894. 


State Line 

Pine Village 

Indiana Mineral Springs . . 

West Leiianon 

Independence 

Wiliiamsport . 

Marshfield 

Wiliiamsport 

Wiliiamsport 

Wiliiamsport 


John R Clask 


John P.t^unckel 


September 6, 1894. 
September 11, 1894. 
October 10, 1894. 
October 20, 1894. 


William H. Sale 

C. C. Stearns 




October 20, 1894. 


William L.Rabourn 


October 24, 1894. 



WAERICK COUNTY. 



Campbell Kivkpatrick . 
James W.Criswell . . . 
Sidney B. Hatfield . . . 
James R. Brown . . . . 
James Hart . . . . 

George W. Roberts . . 
William E. Williims . 
James H. .^impson . . . 
A. J. Eutledge ... 
William H. Pilkington 
Gaines H. Ha sen . . . . 
Thomas P. Sibrel . . . 
John W. Roberts. . . . 

John L I'a vlor 

Daniel C. Zimmerman . 
A. J. Honeycutt 

.James Taylor 

James M. Zimmerman . 
W.Z.Bennett . . . . 
JoelSkelton . . . . 

Frank H. Hatfield. . . 
D.W. Phillips . , . . . 



Lynnville 
Stephenson 
Boonville 
Folsomyille 
Folsomville , 
Boonville . , 
Tennyson . , 
Lynnville . , 
Newburgh . 
Oanal 
Boonville . 
Tennyson . 
Folsomville 
Boonville . 
Lynnville . 
Boonville . 
Selvin . . . 
Lynnville . 
Boonville . 
Tennyson . 
Boonville 
Heilman . . 



January 3, 1893. 
February 24, 1893. 
March 6, 1893. 
March 10, 1893. 
April 18, 1893. 
May 5,1893. 
June 6, 1893. 
July 5, 1893. 
August 4. 1893. 
January 18,1894. 
Februarys. 1894. 
March 5, 1894. 
March 28,1894. 
April 27, 1894. 
May 22, 1894. 
June 29, 1894. 
August 24, 1894. 
August 29, 1894. 
September 1, 1894. 
Septembers. 1894. 
Se»tember27, 1894. 
October 22, 1894, 



WASHINGTON COUNTY. 



Albert M. Pleenor 
Charles W. Gresham 
James W. Pankey . 
Franklin C. Mcintosh 
George M. Morris 
Benj. F.Howell 
William P. Galbert 
John C. Lawler . 
Henry A. Smith . 
' John J. Hardin . 
B. V. King 
Charles A. Rhetts 
John V/. Coffey . 
B.T.Barnett . . 
Clara M. Baker 
William H. Bright 



Salem . . . 

PredeTicksburg . . 

Hardin sburg . . . 

Hardin sburg . . . 

<'anton 

New Philadelphia 

Salem 

Salem 

Saltilloville . . . 

Salem 

Fredericksburg . . 

Salem 

MeKinley 

Salem 

Pekin 

Martinsburg . . , 



January 28, 1893. 
February 2. 1893. 
February 21, 1893. 
February 27, 1893. 
April 24. 1893. 
August 16, 1893. 
August 28, 1893. 
December 12, 1893. 
February 13, 1894. 
March 3, 1894. 
March 5, 1894. 
March 16, 1894. 
April 4, 1894. 
Julv21, 1894. 
August 9, 1894. 
August 22, 1894, 



168 

I^rOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
WAYNE COUNTY. 



NAME. 




Date of Commission. 



William F.Medsker. . . 
Cora M. Mpdearis . . . . 
Nathan S. Williams . . . 
Benjamin B Myrick . . 
Benjamin F Mason . . . 
Edward C. Beetle . . . . 
Ralmaro Paige . . . 

James W. Henderson . . 

Henry C. Fox 

John F. Robbins 

Isaac C. Doan 

Charles C. Binkley . . . 
James H. Gentry . . . 
Willi-un E. Floyd . . . 
George P. Earley . . . . 

Francis L. Fox 

John F. Kibbey 

G. W. Gal la way 

Charles F- Edgerton . . . 
Charles E], Shively . . . . 
Daniel W. Mason . . . . 

John L. Rupe 

Emma A. Symons . . 

William K. Bradbury . . 

Jesse Hiatt . 

Otto H. Sprong . . . . 

E. B. (Uements 

John H. Johnson . . . . 
Thomas B. Lantz . . . . 
George P. Gipe . . . . 

Alexander C Walker . . 
Frank M. Conner . . . . 

James Shumate 

Lynn E. Kepler . . . . . 

Eiizaheth Jones 

AVilliam H. Bradbury . . 
Le Roy Mansfield , . . . 
Daniel W. Mason . . . . 
James B. McGrevv . . . . 
Lewis D. Stnbbs . . . . 
Edward G M.-Mahon . . 
Thomas J. Newkirk . . . 

Carey R. Tingle 

Oliver P. Nu-baum . . . 

Henry A. Mixne 

Josiali Reynolds , . . . . 
Luther C. Abbott . . . . 
William A. Medsker . . 
Jonathan W.Newman. . 



Cambridge City . . 
Richmond . . . . 

Chester 

Richmond . . . 
Hagerstown . . . . 
Richmond . . . . 
Richmond . . . . 
Richmond '. . . 
Richmond . . . . 
Richmond . . . . 
Rie mond . . . . 
Richmond . . . . 
Centreville , . . . 

Dublin 

Bichmond . . . . 
Richmond . . . . 

Richmond 

Milton 

Fountain City . . 
Richmond . . . . 
Cambridge City . . 
Richmond . . . . 
Richmond . . . . 
Richmond . . . . 

Dublin 

Richmond . . . . 

Richmond . . . . 

Richmond . , . . 
Milton . . 

East Germantown 
Hagerstown . . . . 

RicQmond . . . . 

Greensfork . . . . 

Cambridge City . . 
Richmond . . . . 

Richmond . . . . 

Richmond . . . . 

Cambridge City . . 
Dublin ...... 

Richmond . . . . 

Richmond . . . . 

Richmond . . . . 

Richmond . . . . 

Richmond . . . . 

Richmond . . . . 

Dublin 

Richmond . . . 
Cambridge City . . 
Richmond . . . . 



November 1.1892. 
November 11, 1892. 
November 15,1892. 
November 21, 1892. 
December?, 1892. 
December 13, 1892. 
December 19, 1892. 
December 19, 1892. 
January 7, 1893. 
January?. 1893. 
January 13, 1893. 
January 23, 1893, 
January 23, 1893. 
January 24. 1893. 
Feruary27, 1893. 
March 27, 1893. 
March 29, 1893. 
March 30, 1893. 
April 20,1893. 
May 22, 1893. 
May 24, 1893. 
June 13. 1893. 
June 20, 1893. 
July 27, 1893. 
August 15, 1893. 
August 23. 1893. 
August 29, 1893. 
November 8, 1893. 
Decembers, 1893. 
December 9, 1893. 
January 25. 1894. 
March 8, 1894. 
March 17, 1894. 
March 22. 1894. 
March 28, 1894. 
April 12,1894. 
April 12. 1894. 
May 18, 1894. 
May 29, 1894. 
June 11, 1894. 
June 25, 1894. 
July 5, 1894. 
Augu.vtll, 1894. 
August 16, 1894. 
September?, 1894. 
Septembers, 1894. 
September 14, 1894. 
October 11, 1894. 
October 13, 1894. 



WELLS COUNTY. 



John Anderson. . . 
Thomas J. Arnold . 
William T. Swain . 
John S. Postal . . . 
Frederick Engler . 
Frank M.McFadden 
E.C. Vaughn. . 
Eph Ruth. • 
Abram Simmons 
W.H. Eichhorn 
William F. Hea 
Robt. F. Cummins' 
Frank S. Smith . 



Domestic 
Mt. Zion. 
Blufiton . 
Blutlton . 
Vera Hruz 
Bluifton 
Bluffton . 
Ponnto. . 
Bluffton . 
Bluffton . 
Dillman . 
Bluffton . 
Bluffton . 



Decembers, 1892. 
December 19, 1892. 
January 31, 1893. 
February 7, 1893. 
February 9. 1893. 
February 21, 1893. 
April 15, 1893. 
June ■'0, 1893. 
July 6, 1893. 
August 18, 1893. 
August 29, 1893. 
Septembers. 1893. 
October 7, 1893. 



169 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

WELLS COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 




Bluffton 


November 10, 1893 




Blufftou . . . . .... 


October 30, 1893. 


Cyru< F Bovd 


Markle 


December 6, 1893. 


William H.Park 

Eli Pierie 


Uniondale 


December 1?, 1893. 
January 6, 18M. 
February 7, 1894. 


Henry !*. Cloud 


Mt. Zion 




Bluffton 


February 12, 1894. 






February 27, 1894. 


John T. Adams 

John Meek 


Phenix .... 

Bluffton 

Poneto 

Bluffton 


March 8, 1894. 
March 20. 1894. 


John W. Marsh 


April 3, 1894. 
May 2t. 1894. 






June 20, 1894. 






June 26, 1894. 


E L Blue 




July 12, 1894. 
July21,lH94. 
August 20, 1894. 


John B. Funk 

Edwin R Wilson . 


Liberty Center 

Bluffton 




Zanesville 

Bluffton 


August 21, 1894. ' 




October 12, 1894. 









WHITE COUNTY. 



Eufus L.Harvey . . . 
W. S. Bushnell. . . . 
James T. (-iroves . . . 
Orlando McConahay . 
Samuel L. Callaway . 
Patrick Hays . . . . 
Freeman P. Palmer . 
John R. Ward . . . 
George F. Palmer . . 
John M. Winkley . . 
Wright J. Hinkle . . 
Randolph J. Million , 
William D. Wilson . 
George L. Catlin , . 
Hiram Sluyter . . . 
Schuyler C. Button . 
J. B. Dunham . . . . 
William L. Mitchell . 



Monticello 
Monticello 
Monon. 
Monon . . . 
Idiiville . . 
Idaville . . 
Monticello 
Monticello 
Monticello 
Monon . . . 
Monon. . . 
Monticello 
Chalmers . 
Monon . . . 
Buffalo • . 
Chalmers . 
Reynolds . 
Idaville . . 



December 2, 1892. 
December 6, 1892. 
February 1,1893. 
Mnrchll, 1893. 
June 20, 1893. 
July 8, 1893. 
September 7, 1893. 
December 2, 1893. 
December 7, 1893. 
December 27, 1893. 
February 21, 1894. 
April 26, 1894. 
July 3, 1894. 
July 11, 1894. 
August 7, 1894. 
August 29, 1894. 
Oct.ber2. 1894. 
October 17, 1894. 



WHITLEY COUNTY. 



Andrew A. Adams . . . 

Henry Hower 

William McKinley . . . 
Jeremiah W. Zartman . 
Isaac W. Markley . . 
Benton B. Gates . . . . 
John W.Orndorf. . . . 
P. H.Clugston . . . . 
Francis B. Moe . . . . 
Eph.K Strong. . . . . 
James S.Collins . . . . 

D. L. Young 

Jeremiah b\ Schnell . . 
S. E. Weybright . . . 
David V. Whiteleather 
0. H. Woodworth . . . 



Columbia City 
South Whitley 
Columbia City 
Larwill . . . . 
Columbia City 
Columbia City 
Churubusco . . 
Columbia City 
South Whitley 
Columbia City 
Columbia City 
Churubusco . . 
South Whitley 
South Whitley 
Columbia City 
Columbia City 



November 18; 1892. 
November 21, 1892. 
January 10, 1893. 
January 14, 1893. 
January 17, 1893. 
June 26, 1893. 
Augu.-t 9, 1893. 
August 19, 1H93. 
September 7. 1893. 
September 14, 1893. 
November 10, 1893, 
November 27, 1893. 
December 15, 1893. 
December 18, 1893. 
June 1, 1894. 
June 8, 1894. 



170 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



ADAMS COUNTY. 



NAME. 




Date of Commission. 



Paul Baumgartner 
James Kinney . . 
John H. Kunyon . . 



Berne PostoflBce . 
Jefferson Township 
Wabash Township , 



December 15,1892. 
March 31, 1893. 
April 1, 1893. 



BAETHOLOMEW COUNTY. 


W. H. Myers 


Wayne Township 


October 31, 1893. 






BENTON COUNTY, 


John C. Thorne 


Hickory Grove Township . . 


June 16, 1894. 






BLACKFORD COUNTY. 




Harrison Township 

Licking Township 


December 10,1892. 


Philip N. Kerney 


December 10, 1892. 






BOONE COUNTY. 



William P. Vanarsdall 
Ezekiel J.Gant . . . . 
Harry E. Huntington . 



Marion Township . . . . 
Thorntown PostofBce . . 
Washington Township . 



September 29, 1893. 
June 14, 1894. 
June 14, 1894. 



BROWN COUNTY. 



Robert TST. Guthrie . 
Isaac Chafin ... 
William T. Brickey 



Washington Township . 
Washington Township . 
Bean Blossom Postoffice 



March 21, 1893. 
August 10, 1893. 
March 21, 1894. 



CARROLL COUNTY. 


Frederick W. Kromm 


Rock Creek Township . . . 


December 14, 1893. 


CASS COUNTY. 




Deer Creek Township . . . 
Eel Township . 


April 1, 189^. 


Jacob H. Walters 


December 1893. 







171 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 

CLAKKE COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commissiof. 




Port Fulton Postoffiee . . . 
Clarksville Postoffiee .... 
Charlestown Township . . . 
Clarksville Postoffiee .... 


Deeember 7, 1892. 


Charles F Raab 


December 10, 1892. 




Mareh 24, 1893. 




Junes, 1893. 







CLAY COUNTY. 



Perry E. Hurst . . 
Charles E, Travis 



Harrison Township 
Harrison Township 



June 20, 1893. 
Mareh 15, 1894. 



CLINTON COUNTY. 



Andrew J. Whicker 
James Gr. Webster . 
Edward Kramer . . 
Arthur McMindes . 



Sugar Creek Township 
Colfax Postoffiee . . . 
Center Township . . . 
Perry Township . . . 



Deeember 6, 1892. 
May 4, 1893. 
June 10, 1893. 
June 9, 1894. 



CRAWFORD COUNTY. 



Amos A. Cretchfield , 



November 7, 1892. 



DAVIESS COUNTY. 



James H. Fanning 
Francis M. Hayne 



Barr Township .^ . 
Plainville Postoffiee. 



January 8, 1893. 
March 16, 1893. 



DEARBORN COUNTY. 



Sebastian Glreen 
John Probst . . 



Lawreneeburg Township 
Lawrenceburg Township 



Deeember 23, 1893. 
Septembers, 1894. 



DEKALB COUNTY. 



Jacob Kalb. 

Edward Ross , 



Smithfield Township 
Union Township . . 



April 5, 1893. 
Mareh 22, 1894. 



172 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 

DELAWARE COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


Jasper Gant ... . 


Daleville Postoffice 

Washington Township . . . 

Eaton Postoffice 

Daleville Postoffice 


February 15, 1893. 
July 7, 1893. 


David H Holdren 


March 15, 1894. 




March 16, 1894. 




June 15,1894. 




Washington Township . . . 
Selma Postoffice. 


August 9, 1894. 




September 8, 1894. 







FOUNTAIN COUNTY. 



Smith H. Wann . . . 
Edward Greenly . . . 
Henry J Holman . . 
Asa U.^born. . . 

Weaver W. Harbaugh 



Fulton Township 
Wabash Township. 
Jackson Township 
Troy Township . . 
Richland Township 



July 18, 1893. 
July 31. 1893. 
December 13, 1893. 
March 8. 1894. 
March 10, 1894. 



FULTON COUNTY. 



Kline G. Shryock 



Rochester Township 



June 13, 1893. 



GIBSON COUNTY. 



William T. Williamson 
Nathrtniel S. Murtin . . 
Wm. P. Hufleison . . . 
Richard B. Richardson 



Johnson Township . 
Center Township . . 
Patoka Postoffice . . 
Columbia Township. 



March 20, 1893. 
June 22, 1893. 
September 23, 1893. 
March 19, 1894. 



GRANT COUNTY. 



Edmond B Peele . . 
Taylor West .... 

L.D.Cole 

Howard M. Davis . , 
Benj. F. Stevens . . 

Otis Ilibben 

Elihu J. Coomler. . < 
William Allen ... 
William W.MeCune 



Gas City Postoffice . . 
Richland Township . . 
Monroe Township. . . 
Mill Township .... 
Fairmont Township. . 
Gas City Postoffice 
Washington Township 
Sims Township .... 
Gas City Postoffice . . 



December 14, 1892. 
March 29, 1893. 
April 4, 1893. 
September 21. 1893. 
December 6, 1893. 
January 15, 1894. 
February 27, 1894. 
March 17, 1894. 
September 21, 1894. 



GREENE COUNTY. 



Harlen Resler .... 
Benjiimin J. Meredith 
David A. Foster . . . 
Luny G. Chapman . . 
Anderson B. Crook . . 



Beach Creek Township 
Center Township . . . 
Worthington Postoffice 
Stockton Township . . 
Cass Township .... 



March 27, 1893. 
September 26, 1893. 
December 27, 1893. 
August 1, 1894. 
August 4, 1894. 



173 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 
HAMILTON COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


A. Gruy 


Jackson Township 

Wfishington Township . . . 
Ndblesville Township . . . 
Cicero Township 


March 16, 1894. 


Thomas D. Mills 


May 15, 1894. 


Isaac P. Keiser 

John H.Colville 


June 5, 1894. 
June 27, 1894. 



Hancock county. 



John F. Kirkhoff. . 
Benjamin B. Clift . 
Ambrose J. Herron 



New Palestine PostoflBce 
Jackson Township . . . 
Greenfield P stoffice . . 



March 28, 1893. 
March 28, 1893. 
September 14, 1894. 



HARRISON COUNTY. 



McH. Harbaugh . 
Charles B. Ellis . 
Lewis Bawman . 
Francis M Hardin 
David C. Fonts. . 
William Watson . 



Boone Township . . 
Harrison Township . 
Boone Township 
Mnuckport Po^toffiee 
Blue River Township 
Webster Township . 



March 14, 1893. 
March 14, 1893. 
July 1, 1893. 
September 23, 1893. 
December 15, 1893. 
May 24, 1894. 



HENDRICKS COUNTY. 



James Grreenlee . 
John N. Hadley . 
H. D. McCormack 
Henry Hoak . . . 
James I. Willis . 
James M.Wills . 



Marion Township . 
Center Township , 
Liberty Township 
Middle Township . 
Clayton Post ince 
Middle Township . 



November 5, 1^92. 
December 20, 1892. 
January 18,1893. 
April IJ, 1893. 
December 28, 1893. 
July 24, 1894. 



HENRY COUNTY. 



Wm.L. Ricks . . 
Wm. W. Southard 
Milton Peden . . 
R.J. C. Bird . . . 



Greensboro Township 
Greensbi'To Township . 
Wayne Township . . 
Stoney Creek Township 



December 14. 1892, 
February 14, 1894. 
March 19, 1894. 
April 18, 1894. 



HOWARD COUNTY. 


James W. DeHaven 


Center Township 

Howard Township 


October 23, 1893 


Joseph D. Ross . ... 


December 13 1893 






HUNTINGTON COUNTY. 


John Long 


Jefferson Township ..... 
Salamonie Township .... 


February 16, 1893. 
December 18, 1893. 


Wm. P. Hubbartt 







174 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 

JACKSON COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date op Commission. 


Joshua S, RuF^ell 


Tampico Postoffiee 

Driftwood Township .... 
Vernon Town&hip 


November 5, 1892. 
Decembers, 1>'92. 




January 22, 1894. 







JAY COUNTY. 



Charles W. Wert . . 
A.J.Ashley ... 
William F.Smith . 

Isaac J5immons. . . 
Charles Manor 
Nimrod Headington 
John Steed 



Bear Creek Township , 
Pike Township . . . . 
Bear Creek Township , 
Wayne Township . . . 
Richland Township . . 
Wayne Township . . . 
Jefferson Township . . 



April 20. 1893. 
March 20, 1894. 
March 20. l)-94. 
Junes, I89L 
June 16, 1894. 
June 16, 1894. 
June 16, 1894. 



JOHNSON COUNTY. 



George C. Williams 



Blue River Township 



August 20, 1894. 



KNOX COUNTY. 



Charles R. Robbins 
James A. McClure . 
John Wampler . . . 



Busseron Township . , 
Vincennes Township 
Palmyra Township . 



December 30, 1892. 
March 17, 1893. 
June 18, 1894. 



KOSCIUSKO COUNTY. 



Charles W. Wainwright 
Adam H. Messena . . . 
Charles V. Smith. . . . 
John Wainwright . . . 



Harrison Township . . . 
Prairie Township .... 
Turkey Creek Township 
Harrison Township . . . 



January 11, 1893. 
October 4, 1894. 
October 11, 1893. 
March 13, 1894. 



LAGRANGE COUNTY. 



Eugene Mory. . . 
Harrison Shnbe. . 
B. W Hartsock . 
Joseph Sewell . . 
Thomas C. Betts . 
J. Charles Young. 



Milford Township. . . 
Johnson Township . . 
Eden Township ■ • .• - 
Clear Sprins lown.^hip 
Bloomfield Township . . 



December 10, 1892. 
December 10, 1892. 
March 11, 18i)3. 
December 18. 1893. 
August 22, 1894. 
September 6, 1894. 



LAKE COUNTY. 



Charles D. Davidson 
James Tanner . . . . 



North Township . . 
St. John's Township 



July 1,1893. 
October 4, 1893. 



,175 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 
LAPORTE COUNTY. 



NAME. 


EESIDENCB. 


Date of Cohmission. 


Carl D. Fuller . 


Kankakee Township .... 
Cass Township 


March 18, 1893. 




June 26, 189i. 







LAWEENCE COUNTY. 



Francis M. Dixon 



Ft. Ritner Postoffiee 



July 31, 1894. 



MADISON COUNTY. 



W. L. Perry . . . 
Lovell L. Horton 
Brazilla Carver . 
James P. Scott 
John C. Manning 
Henry D. Paynter 



Summitville Postoffice 
Lapel PostofBce . 
Monroe I'ownsbip 
Alexandria Township, 
Fall Creek Township 
Monroe Township. . 



December 23, 1892. 
March 13, 1893. 
June 26,1893. 
MovemberS, 1893. 
Mrtich 13,1891. 
June 8, 1894. 



MARION COUNTY. 



Wm. H. Neidlinger 
George R. Barnhart 
James Turner . . 
Milton R. Likins . 



Pike Township 

Lawrence Township . . 
Warren Township . . . 
Broad Ripple Postoffice. 



December 21, i8c)2. 
July 7, 1893,, 
July 3, 1894. 
August 10, 1894. 



MARSHALL COUNTY. 



C.C.Yockey . 
William Shaw 
Samuel Ulery 



German Township . 
Union Township . . 
Marmount Postoffice 



June 9, 1893. 
June 9, 1893. 
December 11, 1893. 



MARTIN COUNTY. 



Alfred M Clark . . 
Nathan P. Calvin . 
Albert P. Sharrum 
James N.Peter . . 
Charles H. McCarty 
John N. Baker . . 



Mitchelltree Township 
Center Township . . . 
Perry Township . . . 
Mitchelltree Township 
Center Township . . . 
McCameron Township 



January 28, 1893. 
June 9, 18^3. 
June 9, 1893. 
October 11, 1893. 
November 11. 1893. 
March 26, 1894, 



MIAMI COUNTY. 


Henry Rose 


Harrison Township 

Wathington Township . . . 


June 17 1893 


Noah W. Reese 


June 21, 1893 







176 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 

MONROE COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


John C. Clfiy 


Clear Creek Township . . . 
Bean Blossom Township . . 


June 17, 189:^. 




October 31, 1893. 







MONTGOMERY COUNTY, 



Abraham Pink 
James Witt 
W.E.Slav ins . 
B.T. R.(iray . 
John K. Parker 
C.M.Scott . - 



Scott Township .... 

Ladoga and '^lark Towns'ps 
Darlin^tMn Township . . . 

Wayne T"'Wn-hip 

Madison T'lwn-hip 

Union Township 



January 9, 1S94. 
Auji-usiol, 1894. 
April 5, 1894. 
August 21, 1894. 
August -25, 1H94. 
September 5, 1894. 



MORGAN COUNTY. 



Hiram B. Mendenhall 



March 27, 1893. 



NEWTON COUNTY. 



Stephen Hamblin 
James B. Dickson 
J.D.Rich . . . 
David M.Pulver . 



Grant Township . 
Jefferson Tc^wnship 
Iroquois Township 
Beaver Township 



March 13, 1893. 
March ti, 1893. 
March 13, 1893. 
February 1, 1894. 



NOBLE COUNTY. 



Orrin D Holt .... 
Irvin Haney . . . 
William G. Gardner 



Swan Township . 
Noble Township 
Perry Township 



J. 0. Deman 

John S. Coleman . 
Albert E. Ken worthy 
John L. Ogden . . . . 



March 16, 1893. 
June 14. 1893. 
September 7, 1894. 



ORANGE COUNTY. 


Henry L. Waldrip 


Orleans Township .... 


August 18. 1894. 


OWEN COUNTY. 


Fenton B. Williams ...•••... 


Jefferson Township 


December 15, 1892. 


PARKE COUNTY. 



Rosedale Postoffice . . 
Lyiord City PostofBce 
Washington Township 
Florida Township . . 



December 7, 1893. 
December 30, 1893. 
June 14, 1894. 
June 15, 1894. 



177 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 
PERRY COUNTY. 



N. S. Hazzen . . . 
Henry S. Fancier 
Noah R. Freeman 
W. H.H. Smitu . 



Salem Township . . . 
Monterey Postoffice . 
Monroe fownship . . 
Medaryville Postoffice 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 




Bristol Postoffice 

Tell City Postoffice 


December 31,1892. 


Henry Nimsgern . . 


March 14, 1894. 


PIKE COUNTY. 




Washington Township . . . 
Washington Township . . . 
Lockhart Township .... 


August 14, 1893. 


William J. Turman 


June 14, 1894. 
June 20, ls94. 






PORTER COUNTY. 


C.L.Dillie 


Center Township 


January 3, 1893. 






POSEY COUNTY. 




Bethel Township 


March 20, 1893. 






PULASKI COUNTY. 



March 28, 1893. 
June 5, 1894. 
June 11, 1894. 
September 11, 1894. 



PUTNAM COUNTY. 


James A. Forgy 


Russellville Postoffice . . . 
Franklin Township 


September 22, 1893. 


James L.Dickerson 


December 20, 1893. 


RANDOLPH COUNTY. 


Joab Ward 


Franklin Town?hip 

Monroe Township 


November 30. 1892. 


Barclay Smith .... 


March 20, 1894. 






RIPLEY COUNTY. 


Robert A. Brown 


Adams Township 

Johnson Township 


October 5. 1893. 


Bichard L. Baileyl ... 


Septembers, 1)594. 





12 — Sec. of State. 



178 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 
EU8H COUNTY. " 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date op Commission. 




Ripley Township 

Union Towti.«liip 

Noble 1 ownship 

Ripley Township 


April 7, 1893. 


Thomas N. Wright 


December 18,1893. 
March 8, 1894. 




August 9, 1894. 







SCOTT COUJSTY. 



Charles G. Mitchell 



December 10, 1892. 



SHELBY COUNTY. 



"William T. Wilson , 
George W. Conner . 



Addison Township 
Liberty Townsbip. 



January 16, 1894. 
March 16, 1894. 



SPENCEE COUNTY. 



John H. Martin . . , 
William Jones . . . . 
Henry Rolfing . . . , 
James Vickers . . . 
James T. Matlingley 
Jacob Fahr , 



Jackson Township . , 
Dale Postoffice . . 
Clay Townsbip . . . , 
Grandvicw Postoffice 
Chrisney Postoffice . . 
Clay TovTnship ... 



January 6, 1893. 
March 10, 1893. 
June 10, 1893. 
July 3,1893. 
September 9, 1893. 
March 27, 1894. 



STAKKE COUNTY. 



Henry C. Reynolds , 



March 24, 1894. 



STEUBEN COUNTY. 



Samuel D. Porter 
William F. Halzer 
WardPhilo. . . . 
Adam W. Week . 



York Township 
Steuben Township 
Jackson Township 
Steuben Township 



May 17. 1893. 
September 22, 1893. 
March 15, 1894. 
Uctuber5, 1894. 



SULLIVAN COUNTY. 



Joel M.Harmon 


Fairbank Township .... 

Jeiferson Township 

Jackson Township 

Hamilton Township .... 


March 21, 1893. 
JuneU,lS93. 


Samuel M. Patton 


June 20, 1893. 
July 10,1893. 







179 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 
TIPPECANOE COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


Thomas J. Powell 


Sheffield Township 

Sheffield Township 


December 14, 1893. 
June 15, 1894 






TIPTON COUNTY. 


Henry Z. Harbitt 

A H Campbell 


Madison Township 

Liberty Township 


August 16, 1893. 
March 27, 1894 






UNION COUNTY. 


Joseph C. Gilmore 


Union Township 

Union Township 


July 13, 1893. 


Theodosus V. Howe 


September 4, 1894. 


VERMILLION COUNTY. 


Richard E.Whitlock 


Dana Postoffice 


June 18, 1894. 


VIGO COUNTY. 




SoonoTer Postoffice 

Terre Haute Postoffice . . . 


January 16, 1893. 


Napoleon B. Kennett 


March ^9, 1893. 


WABASH COUNTY. 


Charles B. Lasselle 


Noble Township 


January 4, 1893. 


WARREN COUNTY. 



J. C.Stuttler . 
Mark M.Kiger . 
Isaac 0. Jones . 
William Vincent 
Thomas Bartlett 
John Q. Hock . 
Enoch Brazleton 



West Lebanon Postoffice 
Medium Township . . . 
Liberty Township . . . 

Pike Township 

Liberty Township . . . 
Medina Township . . . 
Jordan Township . . . 



December 20, 1892. 
January 4, 1893. 
April 20, 1893. 
June 16. 1893. 
September 22, 1893. 
March 20, 1894. 
September 21, 1894. 



WARRICK COUNTY. 



Marion G. Fisher , 
Wilson Scales . , 
Samuel Alexander 



Owen Township 
Boone Township 
Ohio Township . 



March 10, 1893. 
March 24, 1893. 
March 7, 1894. 



180 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 
WASHINGTON COUNTY. 



John O'Brien . . 
James P. Mounsey 
Milton Morgan . 
Martin Stair . . . 
Wm. Elick .... 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date op Commissiok. 


Andrew Miller 


Madison Township 


December 15, 1892. 








WAYNE COUNTY. 


Alonzo Daugherty 


Jefferson Township 

Milton PostoflBce 

Hagerstown Postoffice . . . 


July 12, 1893. 




May 14, 1894. 


Samuel Elliott 


July 17, 1894. 






WELLS COUNTY. 



Harrison Township . . . 
Liberty Center Postoffice 
Liberty Center Postoffice 
Nottingham Township . 
Markle Postoffice .... 



June 16, 1893. 
September 13, 1893. 
September 13, 1893. 
September 20, 1893. 
April 10, 1894, 



WHITE COUNTY. 



James Hay 

Wm.V. Trowbridge 
Joseph L. Hall . . 
Wm. Johnson . . . 
Alfred Ball .... 
Richard F. Griffing 



Prairie Township . . 
Jackson Township . 
Jackson Township . 
Princeton Township 
Monon Township 
Princeton Township 



March 22, 1893. 
June 21, lf93. 
June 21, 1893. 
March 17, 1894. 
March 17, 1894. 
June 19, 1894. 



WHITLEY COUNTY. 



M. Q. Carter . , 
Henry M. Keel 



Cleveland Township . 
Washington Township 



April 24, 1893. 
August 14, 1893, 



PUBLIC PRINTINCi, 



Biennial Heport of the Bureau of Public Printing, Binding and 
Stationery for Two Years, November 1, 1891^, Including Contract 
of Carton ^ Hollenbeck for Printing and Binding Court Reports. 

Office of the Governor, ) 
August 29, 1898./ 

The Printing Board met in the above office with all the 
members present. The Clerk submitted a copy of an adver- 
tisement asking for bids for doing the State printing, binding 
and furnishing the stationery for the State of Indiana for the 
two (2) years beginning November 1, 1898. After some few 
miner changes were made in the advertisement, the Board 
ordered the same published two (2) times in each of the follow- 
ing papers, to wit: Indianapolis Daily News, Daily Journal, 
and Daily Sentinel. 

Also, upon motion, which was carried, the Clerk was in- 
structed to prepare specifications and have the same printed, 
and submit them to the Board for final approval. 

Upon motion, which was carried, it was ordered that seven 
hundred (700) pages, exclusive of the index, shall constitute 
each volume of the Supreme and Appellate Court Reports. 

The Clerk was also instructed to change and prepare the 
specifications so as to enable bidders to bid on the Supreme 
and Appellate Court Heports separate from other State print- 
ing and binding. 

No further business appearing, the Board adjourned, and 

agreed to meet upon the call of the Clerk. 

W. R. MYERS, 

Secretary oj State. 
Chris. H. Stein, 

Clerk. 



182 



Office of the Governor, 



September 9, 1893, 



} 



The Board of Public Printing, etc., met in the above office 
with all members present. 

The Clerk read the minutes of the meeting of August 29, 
1893, which were unanimously approved. 

The Clerk was instructed to proceed to advertise in the 
News, Journal and Sentinel two times, September 11 and 12, 
asking for printing bids, etc. Sealed proposals to be received 
up to the 16th day of October, to the hour of 11 a. m. 

JTo further business appearing, the Board adjourned to meet 
upon the call of the Clerk. 

W. R. MYERS, 

Secretary of State. 
Chris. H. Stein, 

Clerk. 



Office of Secretary of State, 1 

October 16, 1893, 11 a. m. J 

The Board of Commissioners of the Bureau of Public Print- 
ing, Binding and Stationery met in the above office with the 
Hon. Claude Matthews, Governor, and the Hon. J. O. Hender- 
son, Auditor, present, the Hon. W. K. Myers being absent. 

In accordance with an advertisement published in the Indi- 
anapolis Daily News, Journal and Sentinel, on September 11 
and 12, 1898, calling for proposals for doing the State printing, 
binding and furnishing the stationery for the State of Indiana 
for the term of two (2) years, beginning November 1, 1893, the 
following firms filed their bids with the Secretary of State on 
October 16, 1893, at 11 a. m., iucluding samples of papers, as 
required in the specifications: Baker & Randolph Co., Journal 
Job Printing Co., Levey Bros. & Co., Carlon & HoUenbeck, 
"Wm. B. Burford and Sentinel Printing Co. 

Upon motion, which was carried, the Board proceeded to 
open the bids in the order named. 

The reading of the bids item by item was, upon motion, 
laid over until the return of Wm. R. Myers, Secretary of State. 



183 

The Board instructed the Clerk, Mr. Chris. -H. Stein, to 
notify all the bidders to be present when the award would be 
made. 

No further business appearing, the Board, upon motion, ad- 
journed to meet upon call. 

W. R. MYERS, 
Chris. H. Stein, Secretary of State. 

Clerk. 



Office of the Governor, 

October 19, 1893, 10 a. m. 

The Board of Public Printing, etc., met in the above office 
with all the members present, and proceeded to examine the 
bids, item by item, and classify the same. 

The Board, not finishing the work at this time, agreed to 
meet in Boom No. 3 on October 20, 10 a. m., to continue the 
work. , , 

No further business, the Board adjourned. 

W. R. MYERS, 

Secretary of State. 



Office of Secretary of State, Room 3, 

^ October 20, 1893, 10 a. m. 

The Printing Board met in Room No. 3 and continued the 
work of examining and classifying the bids. 

After completing the work of classifying the bids in their 
order, the Board instructed the Clerk to notify all the bidders 
to be present at 3 o'clock October 20, 1893, in Room No. 3, 
when the contract for State printing, binding and furnishing 
the stationery for the term of two (2) years, beginning Novem- 
ber 1, 1893, including the printing and binding of the Supreme 
and Appellate Court Reports, will be awarded. 

No further business appearing, the Board adjourned to meet 
in Room 3, at 3 o'clock p. m. 

'^ W. R. MYERS, 

Chris. H. Stein, Secretary of State. 

Clerk. 



184 



STATE PRmTING AWARDED. 



Office of Secretary of State, Room 3, 

October 20, 1893, 3 p. m. 

The Board of Commissioners of the Bureau of Public Print- 
ing and Binding met in the above office with all the members 
present. 

The Hon. Claude Matthews, Governor, read each of the bids 
submitted in presence of all the six bidders, and the following 
is the result of the bids submitted : 

Baker & Randolph — 

First Class , $10,911 00 

Second Class 7,948 86 

Third Class 6,898 50 $25,758 36 

Reports of the Supreme and Appel- 
late Courts 5,930 09 5,930 00 

Total $31,688 36 

Journal Job Printing Co. — 

First Class $10,940 00 

Second Class 15,379 87 

Third Class..... 4,654 15 $30,974 02 

Reports of the Supreme and Appel- 
late Courts 6,075 00 6,075 00 

Total $37,049 02 

Levey Brothers & Co. — 

First Class $11,136 00 

Second Class 7,283 41 

Third Class 6,98140 $25,400 81 

Reports of the Supreme and Appel- 
late Courts 6,102 50 6,10^ 50 

Total $31,515 81 



185 

Carlon & Hollenbeck — 

First Class $11,755 00 

Second Class 8,498 08 

Third Class 6,86i 76 $27,117 83 

Reports of the Supreme and Appel- 
late Courts - 5,625 00 5,625 00 



Total $32,742 83 

Wm. B. Burford— 

First Class $10,581 00 

Second Class 7,218 88 

Third Class 6,628 00 $24,422 38 

Reports of the Supreme and Appel- 
late Courts 5,795 00 5,795 00 

Total $o0,217 33 

Sentinel Printing Co. — 

First Class $10,910 00 

Second Class 7,554 81 

Third Class 6,88i 20 $25,347 01 

Reports of the Supreme and Appel- 
late Courts 6,025 00 6,025 00 

Total $81,872 01 

Mr. Wm. B. Burford's bid being $24,422.33, the lowest and 
best bid, $925.00 less than the next lowest bidder, Mr. Burford 
received the contract for the general State printing for the two 
years from November 1, 1898. Mr. Burford submitted his 
bond, which was unanimously approved by the Board. 

Messrs. Carlon & Hollenbeck bid $5,625.00, being the lowest 
and best bid, $170.00 less than the next lowest bidder, Messrs. 
Carlon & Hollenbeck were awarded the contract for printing 
and binding the Supreme and Appellate Court Reports for the 
term of two years from November 1, 1893. Carlon & Hollen- 
beck submitted their bond, which was approved by the Board. 

All the business having been duly considered, the Board ad- 
journed to meet upon call. 

W. R. MYERS, 

Secretary of State. 

Chris. H. Stein, 

Clerk. 



186 



THE PRINTma, BmDING AND STATIONERY 
CONTRACT. 

For the Two {2) Years Beginning November 1, 1893. 



October 20, 1893. 

This Agreement, Made and entered into this 20th day of 
October, 1893, between the State of Indiana, by the Hon. 
Claude Matthews, Governor; Hon. William R. Myers, Secre- 
tary of State; and the Hon. J, 0. Henderson, Auditor of 
State, these being the Board of Commissioners of the Bureau 
of Public Printing, Binding and Stationery, of the first part, 
and Wm. B. Burford, of Indianapolis, Indiana, of the second 
part : 

WITNESSETH, That the said party of the first part, after a 
full examination and comparison of bids made by the party of 
the second part, and other like responsible bidders, to do the 
printing, binding, lithographing and furnishing the stationery 
for the State offices and the public institutions of the State, 
and for legislative purposes, for two (2) years, from the first 
day of November, 1893, according to the specifications hereto 
attached and made a part of this contract, has found the propo- 
sition of said party of the second part, to do the printing, 
binding, lithographing and furnishing the stationery, as speci- 
fied in said specifications, to be, in the aggregate, lower than 
that of any ot the said other bidders, and does now annex the 
same to this agreement and accept the same. 

The said party of the second part therefore agrees to 
promptly and faithfully provide the material and execute the 
work in the annexed proposal and furnish the stationery for 
the time mentioned therein at the prices therein above named, 
speedily and without unnecessary delay, and all of said ma- 
terial and work shall be subject to the inspection of the clerk 
in charge of the Bureau of Public Printing, Binding and Sta- 
tionery, in said annexed proposal for the time mentioned there- 
in, at the prices therein above named, speedily and without un- 
necessary delay. 



187 

It is also agreed by the party of the second part that said 
party of the first part can order such printing, binding, litho- 
graphing and stationery at such times and in such quantities 
as may, in their judgment, be required by the State ofiicee, 
public institutions and for legislative purposes; and any and 
all articles that may be required or work to be performed, not 
embraced by the lists, specifications and schedule, hereto at- 
tached, shall not be done or performed unless first ordered by 
f'the Board, and the price theretor first ascertained and agreed 
upon by the parties hereto. 

The said party of the first part, in consideration of the faith- 
j'ful execution of the foregoing stipulations by the said party of 
rthe second part, and the rendering of full and detailed' bills, 
for work done and material and articles furnished, when com- 
pleted and delivered, agree that they will cause the amount 
thereof to be audited and paid out of the Treasury of the 
State of Indiana, in the manner provided by law ; and that 
they will not audit any bills for purchases of blank books, 
printing, binding, lithographing or stationery made by any 
other person or persons other than the said contractor; and 
should the party of the second part neglect or refuse to carry 
out any of the provisions of this contract, the party of the 
first part shall have the privilege, in connection with their 
other rights, immediately to cancel their contract. 

In Witness Whereof, The said party of the first part has 
caused this instrument to be signed by the Board of Commis- 
sioners of Public Printing, Binding and Stationery, and the 
said party of the second part have hereto set their hands and 
seals this 20th day of October, 1893. 

CLAUDE MATTHEWS, Governor, 
• W. R. MYERS, Secretary of State, 
J. 0. HENDERSON, Auditor of State, 

Bureau of Public Printing. 

WM. B. BURFORD, 

Contractor. 

Approved by order of the Board of Commissioners of the 
Bureau of Public Printing, Binding and Stationery, this 20th 
day of October, 189iJ. 

CHRIS. H. STEIN, 

Clerk. 



188 

The undersigned, William B. Burford, Charles Mayer, "Wes- 
ley B. Burford, John T. Burford, do hereby acknowledge them- 
selves bound and indebted to the State of Indiana in the penal 
sum of twenty-five thousand dollars. 

Witness our hands and seals this 20th day of October, 1893. 

The condition of the above undertaking is as follows : 

Whereas, On the 20th day of October, 1893, a certain con- 
tract was made and entered into between the State of Indiana, 
by its Board of Commissioners of Public Printing, Binding 
and Stationery, party of the first part, and said William B. 
Burford, party of the second part, respecting the public print- 
ing, binding, lithographing and lurniehing stationery for the 
State of Indiana for the period of two years, beginning the 
first day of November, 1898, reference to which within con- 
tracts is hereby made, the same being made a part of this in- 
strument. 

Now, if the said William B. Burford shall duly perform the 
terms of said contract in the manner and form specified there- 
in, then the obligation of this instrument shall be null and 
void; otherwise in full force and effect. 

WM. B. BURFORD, 
CHAS MAYER, 
WESLEY B. BURFORD, 
JOHN T. BURFORD. 

State of Indiana, 1 
Marion County, j ' 

Before me, a notary public in and for said county, person- 
ally appeared William B. Burford, Charles Mayer, John T. 
Burford and Wesley B. Burford, and acknowledged the exe- 
cution of the above bond. 

Witness my hand and notarial seal, this 20th day of Octo- 
ber, A. D., 1893. 

JOHN G. OHLEYER, 
[seal.] Notary Public. 

The within bond approved by order of the Board of Commis- 
sioners of the Bureau of Public Printing, etc., October 20, 1893. 

CHRIS. H. STEIN, 

Clerk. 



189 

NOTICE. 

Bureau of Printing, Binding and~ Stationery, "( 
Indianapolis, September 1, 1893. j 
To Printers, Book- Binders and Stationers: 

The Board of Commissioners of Public Printings Binding and Stationery will, 
in accordance with an act of the General Assembly, approved April 13, 1S85, re- 
ceive sealed proposals until the 16th day of October, 1893, and up to the hour of 
11 A. M. of that day, for doing the public printing and binding and furnishing the 
stationeiy for the use of the State of Indiana, for a term of two years, commenc- 
ing on the 1st day of November, 1893. 

At the date and hour above stated, in the office of the Secretary of State, the 
sealed proposals will be opened, and as soon thereafter as the bids can be properly 
examined and classified the contract will be awarded to the lowest and best bidder, 
according to Jaw, the Board, however, reserving the right to reject any or all bids 
submitted. 

The work will be divided into thr<?e classes, as specified by law, as follows: 

The first class shall comprise the laws, journals, reports of officers and public 
institutions, and all book and pamphlet work to be printed on book paper. 

The second class shall comprise all legislative bills, commissions, letter heads, 
circulars, blanks and other work usually executed on writing paper, aod all arti- 
cles of stationery. 

The third class shall comprise the folding, stitching, covering and binding, 
and all work belonging to the binding business. 

Contracis shall also include the printing and blocking of all tbe election 
tickets provided by the general election law passed at the Fifty sixth Session of the 
General Assembly of the State of Indiana, and the preparation of all stamps, pro- 
vided by said law, for the marking of ballots. 

Parties making bids will be required to accompany their sealed proposals with 
samples of description of paper and material named in said proposals, giving the 
name and weight of same, or otherwise de-ignated means for making comparisons 
and estimating values. The contractor will be required to give bond in the sum 
of $25,000, with approved security, lor the faithful performance of all work which 
may be awarded to him, in accordance with the specifications hereinafter named, 
and that in every instance the paper and material furnished shall be in color and 
quality the same as sample furnished. 

The contractor shall maintain a printing office and bindery in the city of In- 
dianapolis, for the transaction of all business under said contract, and all work 
under said contract shall be performed within the State of Indiana. 

Any bidder who shall be awarded said contract shall not assign or sub-let the 
same, or any portion thereof, without the written consent of the Board of Public 
Printing. 

The contract will be let as a whole to the lowest and best bidder in the aggre- 
gate, no division of classes being allowed 

The basis furnished is solely for the information of bidders, and to secure 
uniformity of bids, but in awarding the contract the Board reserves the right to 
estimate the bids on the basis of calculation set out in the specifications. All in- 
formation can be ascertained by application to Chris. H. Stein, Clerk of the Bureau 
of Public Printing, Binding and Stationery, at the office of Secretary of State. 
Mr. Stein will also furnish, on application, specifications and full particulars re- 
garding the work, and the contract must be to do the work according to specifica- 
tions furnished. 



190 

SUPREME AND APPELLATE COURT RBPOBTS. 

The Board of Commissioners of the Bureau of Public Printing will receive 
separate bids for the printing and binding of the Supreme and Appellate Court 
Reports. 

The contractor will be required to give bond in the sum of $10,000, with ap- 
proved security, for the faithful performance of printing and binding the Supreme 
and Appellate Court Reports. 

All proposals must be in writing, sealed and marked " Printing Bids," and 

addressed to W. E. Myers, Secretary of State. 

CLAUDE MATTHEWS, 
W. R. MYERS, Governor of Indiana. 

Secretary of State. 

Bureau of Public Printing, Binding and Stationery. 
Indianapolis, September 1, 1893. 

To the Board of Commissioners of the Bureau of Public Printing, 
Binding and Stationery: 

Gentlemen — I herewith submit a statement showing, approx- 
imately, the principal transactions of the State with the con- 
tractor ot Public- Printing, Binding and Stationery from Aug. 
1, 1891, to July 31, 1893. 

During the period indicated there were published 225,000 
copies of acts, reports, etc , bound as follows : 

Copies bound in cloth 20,350 

Copies bound in pamphlet . . 141,850 

Copies bound in sheep 1 ,500 

Copies bound in boards 12,2u0 

Other binding, including newspapers, enrolled acts, House and Senate 

Journals, eighty-six copies ... 86 

The type set amounted to 30,000,0000 ems, as follows: 

Plain matter, 21,000,000 ems ; rule and figure, 9,000,000 ems. 

The amount of book paper required amounted to 2,000 reams. Press- work re- 
quired amounted to 10,000 tokens of 240 impressions, each sixteen pages to the 
form. 

There were purchased 400 reams of letter heads ; also, 300,000 envelopes, 
plain, printed, lithographed and embossed. 

Amount of stationery supplied : 
250 gross rubber bands. 
250 gross steel pens. 
150 quarts ink. 
350 dozen lead- pencils. 
2,000 scratch books, all sizes. 
200 boxes paper fasteners. 
140 bottles of mucilage. 
1,000 sheets of blotting paper. 
9,000 seals, all kinds. 
1,000 mailing tubes, all sizes. 
600 filing boxes, all sizes. 



191 

200 pen-holders. 

100 rolls of tissue manilla paper. ' 

500 reams of glazed hardware paper. 

TRANSACTIONS WITH GENEKAL ASSEMBLY. 

There were printed for the General Assembly twenty-six calendars, the com- 
position and paper for which is included in the above estimate. 

There were purchased 100 reams of letter and note paper, and 40,000 envel- 
opes. 

STATIONERY. 

1,200 pencils. 

100 gross pens. 

250 ink stands. 

1,500 pen-holders. 

800 erasers. 

100 quarts of ink. 

105 boxes of paper fasteners.. 

2,000 sheets of blotting paper. 

200 gross rubber bands, all sizes. 

20 bottles of mucilage. 

1,000 scratch tabs, all sizes. 

150 waste baskets. 

50 reams wrapping paper. 

TOTALS. 

Eecapitulation tdtals will be as follows : 
Type set, 30,000,000 ems. 
Book paper, 2,000 reams. 
Press-work, 10,000 tokens. 
Envelopes, 340 000. 
Letter heads, 4(i0 reams. 
Rubber bands, 450 gross. 
Pens, 350 gross. 
Ink, 250 quarts. 
Pencils, 1,550. 
Scratch books, 3,000. 
Paper fasteners, 305 boxes. . 
Mucila!i;e, 160 quarts. 
Seals, 9,000. 
Mailing tubes, 1,000. 
Paper filing boxes, 500. 
Pen-holders, 1,250. 
Waste baskets, 150. 
Paper weights, 50. 
Wrapping paper, 550 reams. 
Inkstands, 250. 

Whole sheets blotting paper, 1,000. 
Erasers, 350. 

These figures will, I believe, enable those who bid for the State printing, bind- 
ing, and stationery, to obtain a fair idea of what will be needed during the coming 
two years. It should also be remembered that under the existing law the Educa- 
tional, Penal and Benevolent Institutions of the State will procure their printing, 
binding and stationery through the contractor for the State work proper. 



192 

There will be printed annually 64,800 copies of reports, etc., and biennially 
65,800 copies of reports, as follows : 

ANNUALLY. 

Treasurer of State - 2,000 

State Board of Tax Commissioners 2,000 

Board of Health 3,000 

Catalogue State Normal School ... 6,000 

Catalogue State University 5,000 

Catalogue Purdue University 5,000 

Auditor of State 2,200 

State Board of Agriculture 5,000 

Hospitals for Insane 6,000 

Institute for the Blind 2,000 

Institute for the Deaf and Dumb . 2,000 

Eeform School for Boys 2,000 

Reformatory for Women and Girls 2,( 00 

School for Feeble Minded Children 2,000 

Soldiers' Orphans' Home 2,000 

Documentary Journals 1,600 

Supreme and Appellate Court Reports 12,000 

Total 6l',800 

BIENNIALLY. 

Senate Journals 1,600 

House Journals 1,600 

Secretary of State 2,100 

Attorney General • ■ 2,000 

State Librarian . • 400 

State Geologist. 8,000 

Bureau of Statistics . . 5,000 

State Prison South 2,000 

State Prison iNorth 2,000 

Horticultural Society 500 

State University 2,000 

Superintendent of Public Instruction 10,000 

State Normal 2,000 

Purdue University . . " 2,000 

Mine Inspector 2,000 

State Supervii-or of Oils 2,000 

Adjutant-General 6l)0 

Commutations and Pardons 1,000 

Acts of the Legislature 10,000 

School Laws, estimated 10,000 

Governor's Message 2,\j00 

Report of the Fish Commissioner 1,000 

Total 69,800 

Respectfully submitted, 

CHRIS. H. STEIN, 
Clerk Bureau Public Printing, etc. 



193 



SPECIFICATIONS 

For printing and binding tlie reports of the officers of State, public institutions 
and Documentary Journals for the years 1894 and 1895 ; the Acts of the General 
AFsembly of the State of Indiana for the year 1895; the Senate and House Jour- 
nals for the session of 1895, and furnishing all stationery, blanks, etc., that may 
be needed by the different departments of the public service and the General As- 
sembly, and which are paid for out of the Treasury of the State, for two (2) years 
from the first day of November, 1893. 

The work to be done as above will be divided into three classes, as follows: 



FIRST CLASS. 

All the paper used in printing the reports, acts, journals, and all classes of 
pamphlet or book printing that may be required for the use of the State, shall be 
a clear white, sized and super-calendered book paper of the weight to the ream 
specified in the contract, and the contract shall be per pound for the amount used,- 
no allowance being made for waste, handling, wetting, freight or otherwise. 

The composition to be bid for by the 1,000 ems, actual measure in the book, 
no blank pages or other unreal charge to be allowed. Figure work shall consist of 
three justifications of figures or words, without rules. Rule and figure work will 
conpist of three or more justifications of words or figures, with rules, or four or 
more justifications of words or figures without rules, to be measured as plain mat- 
ter in accordance with the sizes of type used. 

The presswork to be by the token of 240 impressions. All forms of a less 
numbfr of impressions t® be paid for as a full token. 

This class al?o includes the printing of the laws, journals, reports of officers 
and public institutions, legislative calendars, and all book and pamphlet work, to 
be printed on book or pamphlet paper. 

SECOND CLASS. 

Consists of books of record (plain or printed) that may be required for use in 
the various departments of the State, Educational, Penal and Benevolent Institu- 
tions, and the bid to be made by the quire for extra full-bound, or half-bound 
books, and the weight and size of paper specified ; binding, written records for 
the Clerk of the Supreme Court, enrolled House and Senate Journals and en- 
rolled Acts of the Legislature, Auditor's settlement sheets, railroad returns, etc. 

Printing legislative bills, commissions, letter heads, circulars, blanks and 
other work usually executed on writing or flat paper, to be bid for the first 100 
copies, and for each additional 100 copies ; letter paper, note paper, legal cap, flat 
cap, type-writing paper, etc., to be bid for per ream, giving weight and name; en- 
velopes, plain or printed, per thousand; pens, pen-holders, pencils, rubber bands, 
inks, mucilage, rules, etc., and all other articles not enumerated and classified as 
stationery. 

In this class will be included lithograph letter and note heads, envelopes, 
commission maps, and all other lithographing that may be required for use of 
the business of the State departments and institutions. Type work and engrav- 
ing used in connection with lithographing must be included in the original bid 
for lithographing. 

13— Sec. of State. 



194 



THIKD CLASS, 

All books bound in leather, cloth or paste-board, shall be bid for by single 
copy. All pamphlets, etc., with paper covers, shall be bid for by the one hundred 
(100) signatures. The binding to include all handling, assorting, folding, stitch- 
ing, trimming and covering, and to be counted by the number of copies actually 
delivered. 

The printed copies of the session Jaws of the General Assembly required 
by law must be delivered to the Secretary of State within forty days from the 
date on which last copy shall be furnished the contractor by the Secretary of State. 

The contractor shall also deliver to the State Librarian for distribution the 
printed copies required by law of the journals of the House and Senate, within 
ninety days from the date on which the last copy shall be furnished him by the 
proper officers. 

The contractor shall maintain a printing office and bindery in the city of In- 
dianapolis for the execution of all work under said contract, and all work under 
said contract shall be performed within the State of Indiana. 

Any bidder who shall be awarded the contract shall not assign or sublet the 
same, or any portion thereof, to any other party, without the written consent of 
the Board of Public Printing. 

All work is to be done speedily, without unnecessary delay, in a good, 
workmanlike manner, and in accordance with specimen copies to be seen at the 
office of the Secretary of State. 

A proof of each form shall be furnished in all cases for final revision and 
correction, without extra charge. 

All charges of time for changes from original copy, after type is set, shall be 
certified to as having been ordered by the officer making such changes, and must 
also be accompanied by an affidavit from the contractor, or his agent, certifying 
that such charge is just and proper. 

The contract will be let as a whole to the lowest and best bidder m the aggre- 
gate, no division of classes being allowed. 

The basis furnished is solely for the information of bidders and to secure uni- 
formity, but in awarding the contract the Board reserves the right to estimate the 
bids on the basis of calculation set out in the specifications. 

All bids shall be for the be-*t articles, in each department, now in general use. 

The board also reserves the right to reject any and all bids. 



195 



PRICE LIST— SUMMARY. 



FIRST CLASS. 



^* 



First Class. 



Basis of 
Calculat'n. 



Amount. 



Book paper, strictly No. 1, clear white, sized and super- 
calendered, 25x38, 45, 50, 55 and 60 lbs. to the ream, 
sample to be furnished ' . . lbs. 

Book paper, tinted, sized and super-calendered, 25x88, 
60 lbs. to the ream, samples to be furnished . . lbs. 

Cover paper, 35 lbs. per ream, sample furnished . . lbs. 

Composition, per 1,000 ems, plain matter . . ems. 

Composition, per 1,000 ems, figure work, one measure 
(net) . ems. 

Composition, per 1,000 ems, rule and figure work, one 
measure (net) . ems. 

Press work, per token, 16 pages to form (240 impres- 
sions to token) tokens. 



40,000 



10 07| 



5,000 

5,000 

8,000,000 


07f 
04f 
44 


100,000 


01 


5,000,000 


48 


5,000 


20 



Samples must be furnished of each article in the bid, properly labeled as to 
quality and weight, or the same will not be considered by the Board. 

SECOND CLASS. 

This class will include the printing of all blanks; the manufacturing of all 
blank books ; the furnishing of all papers, pens, pencils, inks, and all description 
of stationery and lithographic work, and to be classified as follows : 



BLANKS, PEtNTED. 



This class will include the printing of all blanks and the manufacturing of all 
blank books, classified as follows : 





Bids for Second Class. 


Basis of 
Calculat'n. 


Amount. 


I 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 


BLANKS, PRINTED. 

Sample of Paper to be Furnished by Bidder, Giving Name, 
Weight and Quality. 

8-lb. Note paper, one-half sheet, first 100 copies . . . 

Each additional 100 

16-lb. Cap paper, whole sheets, first 100 copies .... 

Each additional 100 

16-lb. Cap paper, one-half sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 . . 

lb lb. Cap paper, one-fourth sheets, first 100 copies . . 
Each additional 100 . 


500 
1,000 

500 
1,000 

500 
1,000 

500 
1,000 

500 
1.000 


$0 90 

40 

3 25 

1 75 

2 60 
1 40 

90 
15 


9 
10 


16-lb one-third sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 


2 30 
1 10 



196 



o ^ 



Bids for Second Class — Continued. 



Basis of 
Caloulat'n. 



11 


24-lb. 


12 


Each 


13 


24-!b. 


14 


Each 


15 


24-lb. 


16 


Each 


17 


28-lb. 


18 


Each 


.19 


28-lb. 


20 


Each 



1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 



BLANKS, PRINTED— CONTINUED. 

Folio paper, one-fourth sheets, first 100 copies 

additional 100 • . . . . 

Folio paper, one-sixth sheets, first 100 copies . 

additional 100 . 

Demy paper, whole sheets, first 100 copies . 

additional 100 . . . 

Demy paper, one-half sheets, first 100 copies . 

additional 100 

Demy paper, one-fourth sheets, first 100 copies 
additional 100 

BLANKS, RULED AND PRINTED. 



Samples of Paper Must be Furnished by the Bidder, Giving 
Name and Weight. 

16-lb. Cap paper, whole sheets, first 100 copies .... 

Each additional 100 

16-lb. Cap paper, one-half sheets, first 100 copies . . . 

Each additional 100 . . 

16-lb. paper, one-fourth sheets, first 100 copies .... 

Each additional 100 

24-lb. Folio paper, one-fourth sheets, first 100 copies , 

Each additional 100 ... 

28-lb. Demy paper, one-half sheetp, first 100 copies . . 

Each additional 100 . 

28-lb. Demy paper, one-fourth sheets, first 100 copies . 

Each additional 100 

58-1 b. Double Demy paper, first 100 copies 

Each a(iditioaal 100 

80-lb. Double Medium paper, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 ... 

All printed bianks shall be delivered not later than six 

days from the date of receiving the order and copy for 

the same. 

BLANK BOOKS, PLAIN. 

Samples of Paper to be Furnished by Bidder. 

18-lb. Cap paper, half bound, per qr 

18-lb. Cap paper, extra full bound, per qr 

22-lb. Crown paper, full bound, per qr 

28 lb. Demy paper, extra full bound, per qr 

40-lb. Medium paper, extra full bound, per qr . . . . 
Patent binding, flat-opening, double hinge, best in use, 

per book 

All Rizes of books, canvas covering, per book 

BLANK BOOKS, PRINTED. 

Samples of Paper to be Furnished by Bidder. 

18. lb. Cap paper, half bound, per qr 

18 lb. Cap paper, extra full bound, per qr 

28-lb. Demy paper, extra lull bound, per qr 



500 
1,000 

600 
1,000 

500 
1,000 

500 
1,000 

500 
1,000 



500 
1,000 

500 
1,000 

5(10 
1,000 

500 
1,000 

500 
1,000 

500 
1, 00 

500 
1,000 

500 
1,000 



50 
50 
50 
50 
50 

10 
10 



50 
50 
50 



197 



Bids for Second Class — Continued. 



Basis of 
Calculat'n. 



Amount. 



BLANK BOOKS, PRINTED— CONTINUED. 

40-lb. Medium paper, extrff full bound, per qr . . . . 
35-lb. Double Cap paper, extra full bound, per qr. . . 

Numbering pages, per 100 

Court calendars, 1,200 copies in pampblet binding, to 

include blank ruled inter-leaves, per printed page. . 
Patent binding, flat opening, double hinge, best in use, 

per book .... 

All sizes of books, canvas coverings, per book 

All orders for books shall be delivered not later than 

ten days from date of receiving order and copy for 

the same. 



Samples of Paper to be Furnished by Bidder. 

18-lb. Legal Cap paper, linen, best quality, ruled to or- 
der, with stop, per ream 

18-Jb. Legal Cap paper, per ream, ruled to order, best 
quality ... 

16-lb. Legal Cap paper, per ream, ruled to order, best 
quality 

16 lb. Fool's Cap paper, per ream, best quality . . . 

14-lb. Fool's Cap paper, per ream, best quality . . . 

12-lb.'Letter paper, per ream, best quality . . 

Linen Letter, one half sheet, ruled to order, with stop 
line, per ream . . 

7-lb. Commercial Note paper, per ream, best quality 

6-lb. Commercial Note paper, per ream, best quality 

Double Medium Impression paper, cut to order, per 



28-lb. Demy Engrossing paper, J sheets, per ream, (960) 

including blocking ... 

18-lb. Cap Engrossing paper, 5 sheets, per ream, (960) 

including blocking. .... 

Blotting paper, best quality, 120-lb. whole sheets, per 

100, no extra charge for cutting 

60- lb. Manilla wrapping paper, per ream, 24x36 . 
80-lb. Manilla wrapping paper, per ream, 24x36 . 
Drawing paper, cloth lined, per yard, 36 inches . . 

Bill paper, 16-lb. per ream . . 

Linen Letter paper, 10-lb. per ream 

Improved Drawing paper, per ream .... 
Glazed Hardware wrapping paper, 40x50, per ream 

Type-writing paper, per ream . . 

Copying paper, per ream 

Toilet paper, tissue manilla, per roll ... 
Chemical Safety paper. Underwood's, per ream 
16-lb. Flat Cap paper, extra super, per ream . 

Carbon paper, per sheet 

Field Note paper, per ream . 

Mimeograph paper, 100 sheets, 187 J 

40-lb. Medium Ledger paper, including ruling, per ream 
401b. Medium Journal paper, including ruling, per 

ream 

28-lb. One and one-half Demy paper, ruled or unruled, 

per ream 



50 

50 

100 

50 

10 
10 



10 

10 

10 
10 
10 
10 

10 
10 
10 

10 

10 

10 

1,000 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

1 

10 

50 

5 

100 

5 

5 

50 

50 

100 

10 

10 

10 



198 



Bids fok Second Class — Continued. 



Basis of 
Calculat'n. 



Amount. 



STATIONERY. 



SCRATCH BOOKS. 



Scratch books, IPO leaves, size 8^x1 i, book paper, each 
Scratch books, 100 leave^', size Sjxll, book paper, each 
Scratch books, 100 leaves, Note size, 6x9, book paper, 

each 

Linen Note tabs, 100 leaves, red ruled, each 

Linen Letter tabs, 100 leaves, red ruled, S^xll, each . . 

PAPER FASTENERS AND PRESSES. 

Paper Fasteners, (giving size), per box, Nos. 2, 3 and 4 
McGill'fl Press, each, for flat and round head fasteners . 

McGill's Staple Press, single stroke, each 

"Wire Staple Fasteners, per box 

Hyal Fasteners, brass, foi press, per box 

RULES. 

Rubber Rules, all lengths, each, best quality 

Box-wood Rules, all lengths, each, best quality .... 



Seals, gold, per 1,000, in boxes 
Seals, green, per 1,000, in boxes 
Seals, red, per 1,000, in boxes . 



Hillett's Steel Pens, Nos. 303 and 404, per box 

Ball Pens, per box 

Esterbrook & Co.'s Pens, per box 

DeHann & Co.'s Pens, per box 

Lyons' Steel Pens, per box 

Esterbrook Bank Pen, per box . 

Esterbrook 'J " Pen per box 

Esterbrook Falcon Pen, per bnx 

Esterbrook Blackstone Pen, per box 

P'sterbrook stub pen, per box 

Webster & Morton, No. 5, stub, per box . . . 
W^bpter & Morton, ISo. 552, per box. . . - 

Gliicinum pen", per box 

H. & M. peos, per box 

Easy writing pens, per box 

Repervoir pens, per box 

B*-rryman's, Noh. 1, 2, 3 4 and 5, per box . . 

Hoo-ier Record pens, per box 

Dewitt & Sinclair pens, per box, all numbers . 

Eagle, Nos. 190, 370, fine, per box 

Eagle, No. 10, Falcon, per box 

Eagle, No. jO, broad stub, per box 

Eagle, No. 40, Bank, per box 

Eagle, No. 60, small stub, per box 

Eagle, No. 110, large stub, per box 



100 
100 

100 
100 
100 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



10 
10 



5,000 
1,000 
1,000 



20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 



199 



Bids fob Second Class — Continued. 



Basis of 
Calculat'n 



Amount. 



PEN-HOLDEKS. 

Rubber pen holders, long, each 

Rubber pen-holders, reversible, each 

Pen-holders, Faber's, giving No., per gross, 1876 . . . 
Eagle Crown, N OS. 1, 2, 3, per gross 

INKS. 

Arnold's ink (pure), quarts, per doz 

Arnold's ink (pure), pints, per doz . . . 

Carter's combined writing and copying ink, quarts, per 

doz 

Arnold's copying ink, quarts, per doz 

Stafford's ink, quarts, per doz 

Red ink, pints, per bottle 

Red ink, two ounces, per bottle 

ChampioQ copying ink, quarts, per doz 

Butler's red ink. eight ounces, per doz 

Stamping ink, per bottle 

Carter's crimson fluid, eight ounces, per doz 

Hektograph ink, per bottle 

Carter's fluid, per doz. quarts 

INKSTANDS. 



Inkstands, small, flat, glass, each . . 
Inkstands, Bankers' No. 1, glass, each 
Inkstands. Bankers' No. 2, glass, each 
Inkstands, Bankers' No. 3, glass, each 
Inkstands, Bankers' No. 4, glass, each 
Inkstands, double inks, glass, each. 
Inkstands, double inks, with rack, each 
Inkstands, bronze stand, single, with rack, each 

ENVELOPES. 



Envelopes, white. No. 12, plain, XX. per 1,000 . 
Envelopes, white. No. 12, printed, XX, per 1,000 
Envelopes, white. No 11, plain, XX, per 1,000 . 
Envelopes, white. No. 11, printed, XX, per 1,000 
Envelopes, white, No. 10, plain, XX, pT 1,000 . 
Envelopes, whitp. No. 10, embossed, XX, per 1,000 
Envelopes, white, No. 10, printed. XX, per 1,000 
Envelopes, white. No. 6, plain, XX, per 1,000. 
PJnvelopes, white. No. 6, printed, XX per 1,000. 
Envelopes, white, embossed. No. 6, XX, per 1,000 
Envelopes, white. No. 5, plain, XX, per 1,000 . 
Envelopes, white, No. 5, printed, XX, per 1,000. 
Envelopes, cloth, linen any color, per 1,' 00 . • 

Envelopes, pamphlets, plain, per 1,000 

Envelopes, manilla. No. 6, printed, per 1,000 . . 
Envelopes, manilla. No. 10, printed, per 1,000 • 
Document envelopes, 10}, gummed and printed, pe 

1,000 

Envelopes, white, No. 7, plain and printed, per 1,000 
Congress Tie envelopes, Nos. 9 and 10, per 100 



200 

2(0 

10 

10 



10 
10 

5 
10 
10 
10 

2 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
10 



20 

20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 



5,000 

10,0(10 

5,000 

10,000 

10,000 

1,000 

10,000 

2,000 

2,000 

1,000 

2,000 

2,0(0 

1,000 

5,000 

5,000 

5,000 

1,000 
1,000 
1,000 



200 



Bids for Second Class — Continued. 



Basis of 
Calculat'n, 



Amounts 



Faber lead-pencils, Nos. 2 and 3, per doz 

Faber lead-pencils, red, best, per doz 

Faber lead-pencils, blue, best, per doz .... . . 

Eagle pencils, red, best, per doz 

Eagle pencils, blue, best, per doz . 

Rubber head pencils, per doz 

Eagle lead-pencils, fine arte, 15 grades, 6 H to 6 B, per 

doz . 

Register No. 2 

Automatic pencils, per doz 

Ceder pencils, per doz 

Dixon pencils, per doz 

Eagle, Standard hexagon, IJ, 2, 2^, 3 and 4 per doz . - 

Eagle, draughting No. 314, soft, per doz 

Eagle, rubber head Nos. 412 and 413, per doz 

RUBBER BANDS. 



Rubber bands, one eighth inch, per box 
Rubber bands, one- fourth inch, per box 
Rubber bands, one-half inch, per box . 
Rubber bands, ass^orted, per box . . 

Rubber bands, Nos. 8 to 18, per box . . 



SBASEBS. 



Erasers, steel, each 

Erasers, ink and pencil, each 

Rubber erasers. Mammoth, each 

Rubber erasers, velvet, each 

Erasers, steel, IX L two-blade, closing, each 

Erasers, steel, IXL one-blade, closing, each 



BANK SHEARS. 

All lengths, best quality, each 

PAPER WEIGHTS. 

Paper weight, glass, each 

Paper weight, bronze, each 

Paper weight, nickel, each . 

LETTER HEADS. 

Letter heads, printed, one-half sheets (960), per ream, 
12 lb., including blocking . . 

Letter heads, printed, whole sheets (480), per ream, in- 
cluding blocking 

Letter beads, embossed (480), per ream, 8 lb., including- 
blocking 



100 
1 
1 
1 
1 
20 

100 

20 

1 

1 

20 
100 

50 
100 



50 
50 
50 
50 
50 



50 

100 

lO.j 

100 

50 

50 



10 



50 
50 
50 



100 
50 
50 



201 



Bids fob Second Class— Continued. 



Basis of 
Calculat'n. 



Amount. 



NOTE HEADS. 

Note heads, printed, one-half sheets (960), per ream, 
8 lb., including blocking , . . . . 

Note heads, printed, whole sheets (480), per ream, 8 lb., 
including blocking 

Note heads, embossed (480), per ream, 8 lb., including 
blocking 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Mucilage, pints, each 

Eed tape, per spool 

Letter clip'^, each 

S. E. Blunt's Firing Kegulation, for small arms, per 
vol 

STATE BISECTION BALLOTS. 

Election ballots, two, three or four tickets on each bal- 
lot, to be printed on red tinted paper, basis of 50 lbs. 
to the ream, size of sheet 25x38 inches, to include 
blocking, 100 each, per 100 tickets 

ETTBBER STAMPS FOR ELECTIONS. 

Kubber stamps, for marking ballots, to be prepared by 
Election Commissioners, per 100 . 

Inked pads in tin boxes, per 100 

(All election supplies shall be prescribed and subject to 
approval of the State Board of Election Commission- 
ers.) 

Infantry Tactics, Upton's, per vol 

Webster's Unabridged International Dictionary, beat 
quality and latest edition 

Artillery Tactics, Upton's, per vol 

Type- writer ribbons, e!5ch . 

Dusting brushes, feather, 18-inch, each . ....... 

Waste baskets, willow, each, 15xl6-inch 

Pamphlet boxes, per 100 . . . . 

Mailing tubes per 100 

Bellows filing cases, per 100 

Letter scales, 16-oz. to 6-lb., best quality in use, each . 

Arm rests, each, best quality in use 

Four oz. mucilage cup and brush, best quality in use, 
each . 

Bankers' cases, each 

Twine, all sizes, best quality, per ball 

United States Document File, patented by Schlicht & 
Field, each . 

Globe files, each . 

Fountain Envelope Sealer, patented by P. T. Randall, 
each 

Self-Inking File Stamps, each 

Thumb tacks, per doz 

Hektographs, all sizes, best, each 

Packing boxes, each 

Filing boxes, paper, each 



10 


$3 00 


10 


1 00 


10 


6 50 


00 
10 
10 


25 
35 
05 



20 



100,000 



1,000 
1,000 



100 



25 



17 



00 
00 



2 25 



10 


9 00 


100 


25 


50 


1 00 


50 


25 


50 


60 


100 


40 00 


100 


4 00 


100 


1 90 


5 


4 50 


10 


05 


50 


15 


10 


5 


200 


25 


50 


10 


50 


40 


50 


05 


20 


S 00 


10 


30 


10 


05 


25 


20 


100 


16 



202 



Bids for Second Class — Continued. 



Basis of 
Calculat'n. 



A. mount. 



MISCELLANEOUS — CONTINUED. 

Morgan mucilage cups, each 

Brown & Besley files, each 

Letter copying books, all sizes, each 

Letter presses, 10x12, black bronze finish, wheel or le- 
ver, each 

Letter presses, 10x15, black or bronze finish, wheel or 
lever, each 

Letter presses, 10x15, carmine or wine color, with 
heavy nickel-plated balls, each 

Blotter bath, complete, each 

Crown file bands, per box 

Printing on postals, per 100 

Each additional 100 .... 

Enumeration and apportionment maps, per 100 .... 

Blocking, per 100 sheets 

Perforating, per 100 

Document manilla wrappers, per 100 

Keceipts, bound, numbered and perforated, per 100 . . 

LITHOGRAPHING. 

COMMISSIONS. 

Commissions, one-half sheet 20 lb. Folio Post or Demy, 
first 100 

Each additional 100 

Commissions, whole sheet Folio Post or Demy, first 100 

Each additional 100 

Commissions, whole sheet, 18 lb. Cap, first 100 .... 

Each additional 100 . . 

Commissions, half sheet, 18 lb. Cap, first 100 

Each additional 100 

Agents' commissions, one-half sheet Cap or Bond paper, 
first 100 

Each additional 100 

WARRANTS. 

Auditor's warrants, in books, 4 on page, numbered, on 
best Bond paper, or Underwood Chemical Safety 
paper, first 1,000, two or more colors 

Each additional 1,000 

QUIETUS. 

Auditor's quietus, 20-ft) Folio, first 1,000 

Each additional 1,000 

CERTIFICATES. 

Insurance agents' or teachers' certificates, best linen 
paper, one-half sheet Demy or Folio, first 1,000. . . 

Each additional 1,000 

Requisitions, whole sheet Bond paper, first 100 . . • . 
Each additional 100 



10 

50 

5 



10 
5 

5 
1,000 
1,000 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 



100 
200 
100 

50 
100 

50 
100 

50 

100 

50 



1,000 
1,000 



1,000 
1,000 



1,000 

1,000 

100 

100 



203 



Bids foe Second Class — Continued. 



Basis of 
Calculati'n 



Amount. 



LETTER HEADS. 

Letter heads, 12-lb. paper, one-half sheets (960), first 

ream, including blocking 

Each additional ream 

Letter heads, best linen paper, one-half sheet (960), 

first ream 

Each additional ream 

Letter heads, 8-lb. Note, one-half sheet (960), including 

blocking, per ream 

Each additional ream 

Letter heads, Packet Post size, best linen, one-half 

sheet (960), to ream, no charge for blocking .... 
Each additional ream 

ENVELOPES. 

Barronial envelopes, all sizes, per 1,000 

No. 10 envelopes, XX, first 1,000 

Each additional 1,000 

Banker's linen, per 1,000, No. 6 J 

No. 6 envelopes, XX, first 1,000 

Each additional 1,000 

No. 12 envelopes, per 1,000 

No. 14 envelopes, first 1,000 . . ^ 

BONDS. 

For State loans, one denomination, one series . , . . 
For State loans, each additional denomination or series 

MAPS. 

Maps for geological survey (14x17 and 19x24), first 100 

Each additional 100 

Gas, coal, stone, oil and oil line maps for the Geologi- 
cal Department, size 24x36, eight colors, per first 
1,000 . 

Each additional 1,000 

(Same as sample of the latest map printed.) 

PARCHMENT DIPLOMAS. 

Diplomas on parchment, 12x16, or any other size, per 
100 . 



10 
10 

5 
5 



10 
10 



1.000 
10,000 
20,000 

1,000 
10,000 
20,000 
20,000 
20,000 



100 
100 



],000 
1,000 



1,000 
1,000 



100 



$6 0© 
4 75 

6 00 

4 75 

4 25 

3 75 



4 50 
6 00 

5 50 
5 00 
4 50 
4 25 
1 50 
1 00 



60 00 
10 00 



04 
02 



150 00 
99 00 



140 00 



All propositions for lithographing will include the cost of engraving. 

All articles furnished or work done not enumerated in the above list must be fur- 
nished at same rates as similar work in the bids specially mentioned. 

The paper to be used in the work for the First ur Second Class must be of the best 
STOCK, samples of the kind and quality proposed to be used must be furnished 
with the bid, and no bid will be entertained without the samples mentioned, properly 
labeled as to weight, quality, etc. 

All articles furnished under this contract must be of the most improved material 
now in use in every respect. 



204 



THIED CLASS. 



BINDING, FOLDING AND STITCHING. 



O « 



Bids for Third Class. 



Basis of 

Calculat'n. 



Amount, 



9 
10 

11 
12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 
18 
19 
20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 
26 

27 



Binding newspapers, per volume 

Binding House Journals, in boards, per copy 

Binding House Journals, in law sheep, per copy . . . 

Binding Senate Journals, in boards, per copy 

Binding Senate Journals, in law sheep, per copy . . . 

Binding Acts in boards, per copy . 

Binding Acts, in law sheep, per copy 

Binding Report State Board of Agriculture, in cloth, 

per copy • • • 

Binding Keport Bureau of Statistics, in cloth, per copy . 
Binding Report of Horticultural Society, in cloth, per 

copy 

Binding Secretary of State Report, in cloth, per copy . 
Binding Secretary of State Report, in law sheep, per 

copy 

Binding Auditor of State Report, in cloth, per copy. . 
Binding Auditor of State Report, in law sheep, per 

copy 

Binding Superintendent of Public Instruction Report, 

in cloth, per copy 

Binding Report State Board of Health, in cloth, per 

copy 

Binding Documentary Journal, in boards, per copy . . 
Binding Documentary Journal, in law sheep, per copy 
Binding Report State Geologist, in cloth, per copy . . 
Binding Written Records for Clerk of Supreme Court, 

full bound, per copy ..... .... 

Binding Enrolled Journals of the House and Senate, 

full bound 

Binding Enrolled Acts of the Legislature, extra full 

bound, per copy . .... 

Binding Settlement Sheets for the Auditor's office, per 

copy . • .• ■ 

Binding Court Calenders in flexible Morocco binding, 

per copy 

Insetting, tipping in of plates or maps, per 100 . . . . 
Price per 100 copies for folding, stitching and covering 

first signature of 16 pages 

-Additional 100 signatures . . 



12 

1,400 
200 

1,400 
20(» 

9,500 
50 

5,000 
5,000 

500 
500 

100 
500 

100 

5,000 

5,000 

1,400 

200 

5,000 

10 
5 
5 

10 

10 
500 

2,000 
10,000 



$1 75 
17 
24 
17 
24 
11 
37 

15 

15 

12 
06 

20 
10 

20 

23 

14 

29 
39 
17 

6 50 

1 50 

1 50 

4 25 

$0 30 
10 

25 
22 



Samples of binding will be furnished on application at the office of the Secretary 

of State. 
All work contracted on above specifications to be delivered free of cost to the 

State. 
Any report usually bound in pamphlet form may be ordered bound in cloth by 

the Board. 



205 



Bureau of Public Pkinting, ^ 

Binding and Stationery, V 

November 1, 1894. j 

Hon. William B,. Myers, Secretary of State and ex officio Secretary 
of the Board of Commissioners of Public Printing, Binding and 
Stationery : 

Sir — I have the honor to hereby submit to you a statement 
of the transactions of this Bureau for the fiscal year ending 
October 31, 1893, and the fiscal year ending October 31, 1894. 
The following is a statement of public printing, binding, sta- 
tionery and advertising ordered during the fiscal year ending 
October 31, 1893: 



ON WHAT ACCOUNT. 



2m 



^< 






Auditor of State 

Adjutant-General 

Attorney-General 

Appellate Court 

Custodian Public Building. . . . ■ 

Clerk Supreme Court . . . 

Governor 

Quartermaster-General 

Secretary of State 

Superintendent of Public Instruction , 

State Librarian. 

State Board Tax Commissioners . . . , 

Treasurer of State 

Reports of Indiana , 



Total 



52,408 59 

114 70 

751 71 

131 80 

10 75 

475 33 

489 25 

60 80 

638 77 

1,843 73 

25 00 

182 98 

53 14 

21,981 13 



119 



$29,167 68 



6291 56 

. 74 70 

60 92 

3 50 



412 61 

127 62 

19 73 

489 80 

367 96 

13 24 

10 80 

21 00 



11,893 44 



RECAPITULATION. 



Printing and binding ordered |29,167 68 

Stationery ordered 1,893 44 

Advertising ordered 544 48 

Total $31,605 60 



206 



The following is a statement of the warrants drawn on ac- 
count of Printing, Binding, Stationery and Advertising for the 
fiscal year ending October 31, 1893 : 

PRINTING. 



Date, 






To Whom Paid. 



Amount. 



Dec. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

April 

April 

June 

July 

Aug. 

Oct. 



25. 1892 
3, 1893 

25. 1893 
25, 1893 

1, 1893 
10, 1893 
2, 1893 
8, 1893 
8, 1893 
12, 1893 



4629 
5767 
6938 
6937 
6965 
7230 
7589 
7996 
8115 
8614 



Wm. B. Burford 

Wm.B.Burford ... 

Wm. B. Burford (on account of Senate) 
Wm. B. Burford (on account of House) 
Wm. B. Burford (on account of House) 

Wm.B. Burford 

Wm.B. Burford 

Wm. B. Burford 

Wm. B. Burford 

Wm.B.Burford 

Total 



$226 03 

3,649 57 

654 44 

556 82 

1,399 59 

4,301 69 

9,309 32 

2,458 97 

2,657 02 

220 92 



$25,433 87 



STATIONERY. 



Date. 



1-^ " 



To Whom Paid. 



Amount. 



Dec. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

April 

April 

June 

July 

Aug. 

Sept. 



25. 1892 
3, 1893 

25, 1893 

25. 1893 
10, 1893 
10, 1893 

2, 1893 

8, 1893 

8, 1893 

13, 1893 



4630 
5768 
6939 
6936 
7228 
7229 
7590 
7997 
8114 
8278 



Wm. B. Burford 

Wm. B. Burford 

AVm. B. Burford (on account of Senate) 
Wm. B. Burford (on account of House) 

F. W. Olin 

Wm.B. Burford ." 

Wm. B. Burford 

Wm. B. Burford 

Wm.B.Burford 

Wm.B.Burford 

Total 



S74 07 
300 12 
946 22 
1,237 44 
25 00 
796 77 
281 01 
148 57 
189 99 
116 96 



1,116 15 



ADVERTISING. 



Date, 



To Whom Paid. 



Amount. 



Deo. 21, 
Dec. 31, 
Feb. 3, 
June 2, 
June 3, 
June 5, 
June 6, 
July 11, 
July 14, 
Aug. 8, 
Aug. 14, 
Sept. 11, 
Sept. 11, 
Sept. 1, 
Sept. 28, 



1892 

1892, 

1893 . 

1893 

1893 

1893. 

1893 

1893 

1893 , 

1893 , 

1893 , 

1893 . 

1893. 

1893 . 

1893. 



4600 
4706 
5752 
7586 
7596 
7597 
7598 
8009 
8020 
8116 
8 '51 
8270 
8277 
8210 
8320 



Indianapolis Sentinel 

Indianapolis Journal 

Indianapolis Sentinel . . 

The People Publishing Company .... 

The Sentinel Company 

The Gutenberg Company 

Indiauiipolis Journal Company 

Indianapolis News 

Indianapolis Record 

Indianapolis Sentinel Company 

Indianapolis Sun Publishina: Company . 
Tndiinapolis People PublisbinsCompany 
Inili;<nni.iilis Sun Publishing Company . 

The Gutenuere Company 

Indianapolis News 

Total 



8136 00 


140 00 


10 00 


5 00 


20 00 


5 00 


29 00 


3 15 


5 00 


25 00 


2 50 


5 00 


5 25 


10 00 


14 80 



$115 70 



207 



RECAPITULATION. 



Amount in fund 

Disbursed for printing ... 

Disbursed for stationery .. 

Disbursed for advertising 

To balance to fund 



;25,433 87 

4,116 15 

415 70 

34 28 



$30,000 00 



$30,000 00 



$30,000 00 



PRINTING SUPREME AND APPELLATE COURT REPORTS. 



Appropriation for the Supreme and 
Appellate Court Reports for the 
current fiscal year ending October 
31, 1893 

Disbursed on account of Court Re- 
ports 

To balance to fund 



$4,400 00 
4,600 00 



),000 00 



),000 00 



),000 00 



INSTITUTIONAL PRINTING AND STATIONERY FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1892-1893, 



ON WHAT ACCOUNT. 



Printing. 



Amount. 



Stationery. 



Amount. 



Bureau of Statistics 

Board of Health 

Board of State Charities 

Board of Commissioners Momence Rock 

Central Insane Hospital 

Institute for Deaf and Dumb ... 

Eastern Insane Hospital . 

Reformatory for Women and Girls . . . 

Indiana University 

Institute for the Blind 

Northern Insane Hospital . 

State Prison North 

Purdue University 

Reform School for Boys 

Southern Insane Hospital 

State Prison South 

Soldiers' Orphans' Home 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument .... 

School for Feeble-Minded 

State Normal School 

State Live-Stock Commilsioners 

Adjutant- General 



Total 



108 



S242 38 

100 70 

201 50 

13 63 

1,544 10 
522 41 
499 60 
153 66 

1,204 19 
313 12 
235 10 
234 43 

1,140 52 
33 72 
553 64 
153 78 
326 63 
433 37 
92 35 
787 89 
41 45 



3,828 17 



92 



876 54- 

31 84: 

92 68 



466 47 
19 10 
61 23 

29 56 



4 05 
40 06 
71 39 
13 50 

82 62 
29 75 

27 47 



145 00 
$1,191 26 



208 



RECAPITULATION. 



Printing 
Stationery 

Total . 



108 
92 



200 



18,828 17 
1,016 26 



$9,874 43 



The following tables are an exhibit of State Printing and 
Stationery for the fiscal year ending October 31, 1894: 



STATE PRINTING. 



Date. 



To What Account. 



Amount. 



1894. 
Sept. 11 . 
Sept. 13 . 
Sept. 13 . 
Sept. 13 . 
Get. 12 . 
Oct. 13. 
Oct. 13. 
Oct. 13. 
Oct. 13 . 
Oct. 13. 
Oct. 15 . 
Oct. 16 , 
Oct. 11 . 
July — . 
June 6 , 
Aug. 8, 
Oct. 29. 



Oct. 17 



128 
129 
130 
131 
132 
133 
1.34 
135 
136 
137 
133 
139 
140 
141 
142 
143 
146 



Auditor of State 

Secretary of State 

Superintendent of Public Instruction 
St'ite Board of Tax Commissioners . 

Secretary of State 

Auditor of State 

State Board of Tax Commissioners . 

Secretary of State 

Clerk Supreme Court 

Appellate Court 

Governor 

Secretary of State 

Auditor of State . . 

Quartermaster-General 

Adjutant-General 

Custodian Public Buildings 

Bureau of Statistics 

Total 

ADVERTISING. 
To Journal Publishing Company . . 
Total 



$9 30 


1 50 


296 34 


45 38 


10 75 


41 40 


345 91 


59 50 


32 65 


13 40 


4 80 


115 25 


23 50 


2 00 


156 50 


11 75 


2,500 00 



810 00 



$3,669 93 



10 00 



B,679 93 



209 



STATE STATIONERY. 



Date. 



To What Account. 



Amount. 



1894. 
Sept. 18. 
Sept. 27 . 
Sept. 18 
Oct. 2 . 
Sept. 13 . 
Sept. 24 
Oct. 12 
Sept. 11 
Oct. 3 
Oct. 15 , 
Oct. 11. 
Aug. 21 . 
Oct. 11 
Oct. 15 . 
July 6 
June 6 
Oct. 24 . 



103 
104 
105 
106 
107 
lOS 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
121 



Auditor of State 

Secretary of State 

Superintendent Public Instruction 
Superintendent Public Instruction 

Governor 

Reporter Supreme Court 

Secretary of State 

Clerk Supreme Court 

Attorney-General 

Treasurer of State 

Superintendent Public Instruction 

State Librarian 

Secretary of State 

Secretary of State 

Quarterma-ster-General 

Adjutant-General 

Adjutant-General 

Total 



$11 24 


8 20 


56 76 


62 90 


5 40 


2 75 


21 80 


64 37 


4 80 


2 90- 


65 79 


3 88 


90 


8 50 


6 15 


15 40 


145 00 



8486 74: 



Institutional Printing and Stationery for the fiscal year 
ending October 31, 1894: 



STATE STATIONERY. 



Date. 


3 
C 

0) 

— o 

6'm 


To What Account. 


Amount. 




1894. 
Sept. 15 . . 
Sept. 25 . . 
Sept. 18. . 
Sept. 26 . . 
Sept. 17. . 


113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 


State Board of Health 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument Commissioners. 

Female Reformatory 

School for Peeble-Minded Children 

Southern Hospital for the Insane 


$25 40 
11 65 
30 09 

1 00 
90 75 
60 75 

4 50 
11 50 

6 00 




Sept. 15 . . 


Central Hospital for the Insane 




Oct. 13. . 


State Board of Charities 




Oct. 3 . . 






Sept. 7 . . 


State JNormal School 






Total 








$241 64 



14 — Sec. of State. 



210 

INSTITUTIONAL STATIONERY. 



Date. 



To Whom Paid. 



Amount. 



1894. 
July 10. 
Sept. 16 . 
Sept. 19 , 
Sept. 12 , 
Oct. 16 . 



State Board of Health 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument Cominissioiiers. 

Southern Hospital for Insane 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Female Reformatory 



Total 



«23 15 
7 75 
7 14 
39 74 
3 05 




83,669 93 

486 74 

10 00 


S241 64 
80 81 



880 81 



Oct. 22 . 



State Printing . 
State Stationery 
Advertising . . . 



Total 



Institutional Printing . 
Institutional Stationery 



Total . . . . 
Grand total 



$4,166 er 



322 45 



:,489 12 



An exhibit, showing Printing and Stationery ordered by de- 
partments named for the fiscal years 1893-94: 



ON WHAT ACCOUNT. 



Printing. 



3-- 



Amount. 



Stationery. 






Amount. 



Auditor of State 

Adjutant- General 

Attorney-General 

Appellate Court 

Chief Ensini er . . . 

Clerk Supreme Court 

Custodian 

Governor 

Quartermaster-General 

Indiana Reports 

Supreme and Appellate Courts . . 
Reporter Supreme Court . . , . . . 

Secretary oi State. _. . 

Superintendent Public Instruction 

State Librarian. . 

State Tiix Commissioners 

Treasurer of State 

Bureau of Statistics 



Total 



146 



S2,196 05 
72 75 
744 -iO 
167 55 

2 75 
779 88 

19 95 
251 01 

3 60 
13,472 35 
12,839 89 

8 40 

521 91 

3,972 07 

240 88 

539 69 

34 88 

2,500 00 



8,367 81 



21 



145 



$201 12 

182 67 

156 08 

15 00 



818 



83 09 
33 77 



18 75 
499 83 
42Z 12 
20 64 
20 44 
37 45 



«2,509 34 



RECAPITULATION. 

Printing and binding ordered $38,367 81 

Stationery ordered • * 2,509 34 

Advertising ordered 387 62 

Total 541,264 77 



211 

The following is a statement of the warrants drawn on 
account of Printing, Binding, Stationery and Advertising for 
the fiscal year ending October 31, 1894. 



PRINTING. 



Date. 



To WeoM Paid. 



Amount. 



Not. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

April 

April 

June 

June 

June 

July 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 



2. 1893 
6, 189:? 

19, 1893 

26. 1893 
8, 1894 

8. 1894 
3, 1894 

14. 1894 
25, 1894 

6, 1894 
27, 1894 
30, 1894 
5, 1894 
7, 1894 
7, 1894 
17, 1894 
10, 1894 
17, 1894 



8747 
8768 
8991 
9037 
9549 
9551 
9673 
10054 
10074 
10387 
10511 
10535 
10762 
10902 
10904 
11041 
11314 
11321 



Wm. B. Burford 

Wm. B. Burford 

Wm.B Burford 

Wm. B. Burford 

Wm.B. Burford 

Wm. B. Burford (Balance Ind. Reports) 

Wm.B.Burfird 

Wm.B. Burford 

Wm. B. Burford 

Wm.B. Burford 

Carlon & Hollenbeck 

Wm. B. Burford 

Wm B. Burford 

Carlon & Hollenbeck 

Wm.B. Burford 

Wm. B. Burford 

Carlon ife Hollenbeck 

Wm. B. Burford 

Total 



$3,857 68 
2,450 85 
5,147 44 

1.606 84 
526 78 
174 10 
305 91 

2,674 77 
4,106 6t 
1,053 05 
2,638 26 
1,826 35 

495 31 
2,641 05 
2,445 13 

583 12 

2.607 58 
1,631 87 



3,772 73 



STATIONERY. 



Date. 



O CI 
- cS 
o n 



To Whom Paid. 



Amount. 



Dec. 
Dec. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

April 

June 

July 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 



19, 1893 

26. 1893 

28. 1894 
3, 1894 

14, 1894 
6, 1894 
5, 1894 
7, 1894 
8, 1894 

17, 1894 



8992 
9039 
9550 
9672 
10055 
10386 
10761 
10904 
11020 
11041 



Wm.B. Burford . . . 

Wm. B. Burford . . 

Wm.B. Burford . . . 

Wm. B. Burford . . . 

Wm. B. Burford . . . 

Win. B. Burford . . . 

Wm.B. Burford . . . 

Wm. B. Burford . . . 

WykofF, ;^eaman & Co 

Wm.B. Burford . . . 

Total 



126 44 
236 26 

99 93 
174 46 
303 62 

77 26 
145 62 

53 25 
191 82 



82,065 64 



212 



ADVERTISING. 



Date, 



To Whom Paid. 



Amount. 



Nov. 

Not. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Not. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Feb. 

April 

April 

June 

June 

July 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Oct. 



16, 1893 
16, 1893 
17, 1893 
22, 1893 
22, 1893 
22, 1893 
23, 1893 

26. 1893 
-, 1894 

14. 1894 
25, 1894 

8, 1^94 
8, 1894 
7, 1894 
9, 1894 
9, 1894 
11, 1894 
17, 1894 



8817 

8820 

8821 

8834 

8835 

8836 

9025 

9036 

9540 

10056 

10075 

10401 

10400 

10781 

10911 

10912 

11322 

11330 



Indianapolis Sentinel Co. 
The_ People . . . . - 

Indianapolis News . . . . 
Indianapolis Journal Co , 
The Gutenberg Co ... . 
Sun Publishing Co . . . 
Indianapolis Sentinel Co 
Indianapolis Journal Co . 
Indianapolis Sentinel Co 
Indianapolis Sentinel Co 
Indianapolis Sentinel Co 
Indianapolis Journal Co 
Indianapolis Sentinel Co 
Indianapolis Sentinel Co 
Indianapolis Sentinel Co 
Indianapolis Journal Co 
Indianapolis Sentinel Co 
Indianapolis Journal Co 

Total 



$42 50 


5 00 


35 30 


61 00 


9 10 


4 00 


140 00 


135 00 


10 00 


10 00 


5 00 


25 00 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


17 00 


10 00 


5 00 



RECAPITULATION. 





$31,352 79 

2,065 64 

528 90 

11,052 67 


845,000 00 


Disbursed for Printing 


, 














Total 


$45,000 00 


$45,000 00 







PRINTING SUPREME AND APPELLATE COURT REPORTS. 



Appropriation for Supreme and Appellate Court Reports for the 
current fiscal year ending October 31, 1894 


$5,419 94 
3,581 06 


$9,000 00 










Total 


$9,000 00 


$9,000 00 







213 



Statement showing amount of printing and stationery or- 
dered by the various institutions named, for the fiscal years, 
1892-3 and 1893-4: 





No. 
Keq. 


1892-1893. 


No. 
Req. 


1893-1894. 


Bureau of Statistics- 


6 
9 


8242 38 
76 54 


8 
11 


$674 43 




59 43 






Total 


15 


$318 92 


19 


8733 86 






Board of Health- 


8 
8 


$100 70 
31 84 


9 
4 


$414 24 




21 52 






Total 


16 


$132 54 


13 


$435 76 






Board of State Charities- 


7 
14 


$201 50 
92 68 


11 

10 


$748 26 




46 35 






Total 


21 


$294 18 


21 


$794 61 






Board Commissioners Momence Rock- 


1 


$13 63 
























1 


$13 63 














16 
15 


$1,544 10 
466 47 


18 
18 


$1,631 17 




661 97 






Total 


31 


$2,010 57 


36 


$2,293 14 






Institution for Deaf and Dumb- 


6 

7 


$522 41 
19 10 


3 
6 


$426 65 




28 97 






Total 


13 


$541 51 


9 


$155 62 


Printing 


8 
6 


$199 60 
61 23 


6 
6 


$210 98 




59 69 






Total 


14 


8560 83 


12 


$270 67 






Rerormatory for Women and Girls- 
Printing 


7 
9 


$153 66 
29 56 


14 
10 


$309 43 




105 91 








16 


$183 22 


24 


$415 34 


Printing 


2 


$1,204 19 


2 


$1,057 74 


Stationery 








$1,204 19 






Total 


2 


2 


$1,057 74 






Institute for the Blind- 
Printing 


4 
3 


$313 12 
4 05 


5 

7 


$351 77 




24 85 








7 


$317 17 


12 


$376 62 







214 





No. 
Req. 


1892-1894. 


No. 
Req. 


1893-1894. 


Northern Insane Hospital (Logansport) 


5 
5 


$235 10 
40 03 


12 

7 


$250 46 




68 62 






Total 


10 


8275 16 


19 


$319 08 






State Prison, North- 


7 
3 


«234 43 
71 39 


4 
6 


$145 60 




163 73 






Total 


10 


$305 82 


10 


$309 33 






Pardue University— 


6 

1 


$1,140 52 
13 50 


10 


$1,064 62 














7 


$1,154 02 


10 


$1,054 62 






Heform School for Boys- 


1 


$33 72 


1 


$42 80 
















Total 


1 


$33 72 


1 


$42 30 






Southern Insane Hospital (Evansville)— 


6 

2 


$353 64 
82 62 


6 

7 


$299 81 




86 76 








8 


$636 26 


13 


$386 57 








6 
2 


$153 78 
29 75 


5 
1 


$98 57 




40 96 






Total 


8 


$183 53 


6 


$139 53 






Soldiers' Orphans' Home- 


2 


$326 63 


3 


$360 26 


















2 


$326 63 


3 


$360 26 






Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument Commissioners- 


5 
8 


$133 37 
27 47 

$460 84 


10 
9 


8124 64 




59 39 






Total 


13 


19 


$184 03 






School for Feeble-Minded— 


1 


$92 35 


4 
3 


$211 43 




16 30 












1 


$92 35 


7 


$227 73 






State Normal School- 


3 


$787 89 


1 


$413 76 

















Total 


3 


$787 89 


1 


$413 76 


State Live Stock Commissioners- 


1 


$41 45 


2 


815 75 


















1 


$11 45 


2 


$15 75 







215 



No. 
Req, 



1892-1893. 



No. 
Req. 



1893-1894. 



State Oil Inspector- 
Printing . . 
Stationery .... 



$11 92 



Grand total 



200 



',874 41 



240 



$10,309 24 



RECAPITULATION. 



For printing 

For stationery 

Grand total for two fiscal years ending October 31, 1894 



f $17,696 99 
I 2,491 69 



S20,183 65 



REPORTS. 



Statement showing the various reports printed of Depart- 
ments of State and Institutions, the number of copies printed, 
and the total cost for the fiscal years of 1892-3 and 1893-4; 



No. OF Copies. 



1892-3. 



1893-4. 



ON WHAT ACCOUNT. 



Amount 

1882-3. 



Amount 

1893-4. 



1,300 
2,100 
2,200 
2,000 
1,600 
1,600 
1,600 
1,600 
1,600 
1,61 10 
1,600 
1,600 
1,600 
1,600 
2,000 

400 
1,600 
1,600 

500 
1,000 
5,000 

500 

600 
8,000 
1,600 
1,600 
10,000 
1,500 
1.600 
1,600 
3,000 
10,000 
1,600 
1,600 
3,500 



600 

400 

1,000 

1,000 



1,000 



500 

5,000 
1,000 



1.000 
1,000 
3,000 



3,000 
2,600 
1,300 
1,000 
1,000 
10,000 



Supreme Court Calendars 

Secretary of State 

Auditor of State 

Treasurer of State 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home . . . , 

Reform School for Boys 

Eastern Insane Hospital'. 

Southern Prison 

Indiana University . _. 

Southern Insane Hospital 

State Normal School 

Female Reformatory 

Northern Insane Hospital 

Feeble-Minded School 

Abstract of Vote, 1892 

State Librarian 

Purdue University 

Custodian for Documentary Journal 

Custodian 

Fish Commissioner 

Bureau of Statistics— to balance 

Horticultural Reports 

Adjutant General 

Geological, Seventeenth Annual — to balance 

Central Insane Hospital 

Institute for the Blind 

Acts of Legislature, 1893 

Acts, bound in sheep 

Deaf and Dumb Institute, Doe. J 

Binding Documentary Journal 

Board of Health 

Superintendent Publiclnstruetion 

House Journal, 1893 

Senate Journal, 1893 

Board of Agriculture . ._ 

State Board of Tax Commissioners 

State Insurance Department 

School for Feeble-Minded Children 

Building and Loan Association Report . . . . 
Indiana School Laws 



Total 



$138 30 
923 52 
709 55 
112 67 
51 12 
21 29 
37 70 
21 29 

8 31 
43 41 
41 04 
48 25 
41 04 
27 83 

224 03 

109 31 

6 42 

9 75 
103 40 
833 63 

1,300 91 

219 42 

590 02 

3,548 80 

155 00 

97 52 

2,703 00 

570 00 

137 80 

370 66 

1,120 58 

3,857 68 

2,450 85 

l,8i4 03 

1,706 62 



$23,687 75 



,076 92 
123 65 
29 75 
18 00 



31 32 



232 86 



3,289 07 
112 63 



91 20 
318 37 

1,659 56 



1,578 52 

443 27 

330 06 

74 52 

529 68 

1,826 35 

111,765 73 



216 

Contract, Bond and Specifications of Carlon & Hollenbeck 
for the printing and binding of the Supreme and Appellate 
Court Reports for the two fiscal years ending October 31, 1895. 



BID FOR THE SUPREME AND APPELLATE COURT REPORTS. 





Bid for Court Reports. 


Basis of 


Amount. 






Calculati'n 




^ 








1 


Composition on reports, per 1,000 ems ■ - 


5,000,000 


$0 55 


2 


Binding, best law lamb, same as sample, per copy . . . 


2,000 


47 


3 


Electrotype plates, per page, to remain the property of 
the State, boxed and delivered to the Secretary of 










1000 


48 


4 


Reprint or subsequent editions from plates, per copy . 


300 


90 


5 


Press-work, per token, 16 pages to form (240 impres- 








sions to the token), per token . . .... 


2,000 


40 


6 


Book paper, strictly No. 1, white, sized, super-calen- 
dared, 25z38 inches, 50, 55 and 60 pounds in the 








ream, sample furnished, per pound 


5,000 


7tV 



The estimate number of volumes of the Supreme Court reports will be three an- 
nually, of 2,000 copies of each volume. 

Estimate number of volumes of the Appellate Court reports will be three annually, 
of 2,000 copies of each volume. 

The work on the reports must be dolie strictly in accordance with the law, and 
must be in quality the same as sample seen at Secretary of State's of&ce, of the 
previous reports. 

The contractor in accepting the work of printing the Supreme and Appellate 
Court reports will be required to give a bond in the sum of $lu,000 with ap- 
proved security. 

He also agrees to deliver ail books to the Secretary of State without extra charge. 

Charges for composition on any reprint or subsequent edition that may be required 
will not be allowed, unless the same is incurred at the instance or order of the 
State. 

Each volume of above reports will contain seven hundred pages, exclusive of 
index. 

No extra charge for alteration and correction will be allowed unless Buch alteration 
or correction is made at the instance of the Supreme Court Reporter, and by 
him certified as proper charge to the Bureau of Printing, etc. 

Binding of Supreme and Appellate Court reports to be the same in quality as 
previous reports, sample to be seen at Secretary of State's office. 

SUPREME AND APPELI;ATE COURT REPORTS. 

Eequirements of the printer and binder of the Reports of the Supreme and Appel- 
late Courts of Indiana, as to the manner of furnishing proof of the opinions 
of the Judges, the syllabi, and the various corrections to be made therein, the 
printer and binder of the Supreme and Appellate Court Reports agrees and 
conBents to the following regulations: 



217 

1. Said printer and binder shall furnish galley proofs of the opinions of the 

Judges of said Courts, and such proofs shall be furnished in such quantities 
as the Keporter of the Supreme Court may direct and, can dispose of. 

2. Said printer and binder shall furnish proof of all syllabi, in such manner as 

may be agreed upon between him and said Reporter. 
S. Said printer and binder shall make all corrections and alterations in said 
proof as indicated by the Reporter. 

4. Said printer and binder shall, after proof of any kind has been furnished, and 

corrections and alterations therein noted and made, furnish to said Reporter 
proof of said corrections and alterations in page form. 

5. Said printer and binder shall make all corrections and alterations in said page* 

as may be indicated in said page proof by said Reporter, 

6. After said page proofs have been returned and the corrections and alterations 

made, as thereon indicated, said printer and binder shall furnish to said 
Reporter proofs thereof in pages, six of a kind, to be made into bunches six 
of a kind, to be submitted to the Judges for their inspection and correction^ 

7. Said printer and binder shall make all corrections and alterations in said pages, 

as indicated by the Reporter and the Judges, and shall furnish to the Re- 
porter proof of all plates, and shall make all corrections and alterations 
therein indicated by said Reporter, and shall furnish proof thereof. 
The contractor shall maintain a printing office and bindery, in the city of Indian- 
apolis, for the transaction of all business under said contract, and all work 
under said contract shall be performed within the State of Indiana. Any 
bidder who shall be awarded the contract shall not assign or sublet the same, 
or any portion thereof, to any other party, without the written consent of the 
Board of Public Printing, of Indiana. All work executed must be done in 
accordance with the law authorizing the publication of the Supreme and Ap- 
pellate Court reports by the State of Indiana. 
In accepting the contract for the State Printing, Binding and Stationery, the con- 
tractor is required to accept all the conditions set out above in reference to the 
printing of the Appellate and Supreme Court Reports and furnishing proof 
to the Keporter, as required therein. 

OciOBER 20, 1893. 

The Printing and Binding of the Supreme and Appellate Court 
Reports for the Two {2) Years Beginning November 1, 1893. 

This agreement made and entered into this 20th day of Oc- 
tober, 1893, between the State of Indiana, by Claude Matthews^ 
Governor, William R. Myers, Secretary of State, and J. O. 
Henderson, Auditor of State, these being the Board of Com- 
missioners of the Bureau of Public Printing, Binding and Sta- 
tionery, of the first part, and Carlon & Hollenbeck, of Indi- 
anapolis, Indiana, of the second part, witnesseth: 

That the said party of the first part, after a full examination 
and comparison of bids made by the party of the second part 
and other like responsible bidders, to do the printing of the 
Supreme and Appellate Court Reports, in accordance with the 



218 

law authorizing the publication of the same by the State of 
Indiana, for two (2) years, from the first day of November, 
1893, according to the specifications hereto attached and made 
a part of this contract, has found the proposition of said party 
of the second part to do the printing and binding of the Su- 
preme and Appellate Court Reports, as specified in said speci- 
fications, to be, in the aggregate, lower than that of any of the 
said other bidders, and does now annex the same to this agree- 
ment and accept the same. 

The said party of the second part, therefore, agrees to 
promptly and faithfully provide the material and execute the 
work in the annexed proposal, and furnish the Supreme and 
Appellate Court Reports for the time mentioned therein, at the 
prices therein above named, speedily and without unnecessary 
delay, and all of said material and work shall be subject to the 
inspection of the clerk in charge of the Bureau of Public 
Printing and Binding. 

The said party of the first part in consideration of the faith- 
ful execution of the foregoing stipulations by the said party of 
the second part, and the rendering of full and detailed bills for 
work done, and when completed and delivered, agree that 
they will cause the amount thereof to be audited and paid out 
of the Treasury of the State of Indiana, in the manner pro- 
vided by law; and that they will not audit any bills for the 
printing and binding of the Supreme and Appellate Court Re- 
ports of the State made by any other person or persons other 
than the said contractor; and should the party of the second 
part neglect or refuse to carry out any of the provisions of this 
contract, the party of the first part shall have the privilege, in 
connection with their other rights, immediately to cancel this 
contract. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, The said party of the first 
part has caused this instrument to be signed by the Board of 
Commissioners of Public Printing, Binding and Stationary, 
and the said party of the second part have hereto set their 
hands and seals this 20th day of October, A. D. 1893. 
CLAUDE MATTHEWS, Governor, 
W. R. MYERS, Secretary of State, 
J. O. HENDERSON, Auditor of State, 

Bureau of Public Printing. 

CARLON & HOLLENBECK, 

Contractors. 



219 

The undersigned, John Carlon, C. E. Hollenbeck, do hereby 
acknowledge themselves bound and indebted to the State of 
Indiana in the penal sum of ten thousand dollars. 

Witness our hands and seals this 2l8t day of October, 1893. 
The condition of the above undertaking is as follows : 

Whereas, on the 20th day of October, 1893, a certain eon- 
tract was made and entered into between the State of Indiana, 
by its Board of Commissioners of Publi® Printing, Binding and 
Stationery, party of the first part, and said Carlon & Hollen- 
beck, party of the second part, respecting the printing and 
binding of the Supreme and Appellate Court Reports for the 
State of Indiana for the period of two years, beginning the first 
day of November, 1898, reference to which within contract is 
hereby made, the same being made a part of this instrument. 

Now if the said Carlon & Hollenbeck shall duly perform the 
terms of said contract, in the manner and form specified 
therein, then the obligation of this instrument shall be null and 
void, otherwise in full force and efi"eet. 

C. E. HOLLENBECK, 
JOHN CARLON, 
A. S. COMSTOCK, 
P. H. McNELIS. 



STATE OF INDIANA, ^ 
Marion County. 

Before me, a Notary Public in and for said county, person- 
ally appeared C. E. Hollenbeck, John Carlon, A. S. Comstock, 
and P. H. MeNelis, and acknowledged the execution of the 
annexed bond. 

Witness my hand and Notarial Seal this 2l8t day of October, 
A. D. 1893. 

FREDERICK A. JOSS, 

[seal.] Notary Public. 

The within bond approved by order of the Board of Com- 
missioners of the Bureau of Public Printing, October 21, 1893. 

CHRIS. H. STEIN, 

Clerk. 



INDIANA. 



ABSTEACT OF VOTE 



Presidential Electors, State Officers, Congressmen, Judges, 

Prosecuting Attorneys, and Members of 

General Assembly, 



November Election, 1892, 



Consolidated Roster of Such Officers, Showing Expiration 
of Their Terms, Including County Officers. 



OIF-PIOI^Ij- 



W. R. MVEIRS, 

Secretary- of State. 



222 



ABSTRACT OF VOTE CAST FOR PRESIDENTIAL 
ELECTORS, NOVEMBER 8, 1892. 

First Elector on Each, Ticket. 





ELECTOES. 


COUNTIES. 


6 


a 


n 
.2 










IS 


^00 




o 

a 




o 


o 

a* 




Q 


iX 


cu 


CM 


Adams 


2,906 


1,247 


100 


214 


Allen 


10,010 


5,486 


176 


449 


Bartholomew . . 


3,217 


2,297 


129 


45 


Benton 


l,a91 


1.617 


108 


66 


Blackford 


1,340 


1^203 


68 


324 


Boone 


3,104 


3,136 


91 


367 


Brown 


1378 


656 


40 


93 


Carroll ............. 


2,361 


2,230 


191 


237 


Cass 


4,006 


3.501 


294 


453 


Clark 


4,013 


3,280 


74 


48 


Clay 


3,558 


3,105 


133 


460 


Clinton 


3,006 


3,222 


232 


391 


Crawford 


1,529 


1,276 


18 


200 


Daviess 


2,498 


2,610 


55 


908 


Dearborn 


3,397 


2,274 


78 


52 


Decatur 


2,355 


2,519 


142 


84 


Dekalb 


2,801 


2,499 


198 


746 


Delaware 


2,862 


4,908 


202 


335 


Dubois 


2,847 


1,081 


50 


160 


Elkhart 


3,530 


3,873 


330 


192 




1,495 


],813 


66 


43 


Floyd 


4,219 


2,958 


74 


95 




2,331 


2,379 


72 


323 


Franklin 


2,859 


1,610 


53 


17 


Fulton , 


2,247 


2,053 


115 


42 




. 2,460 


2,788 


243 


598 


Grant ... 


3,590 


4,916 


515 


S94 




2,488 


2,809 


67 


481 


Hamilton 


2,492 


3,627 


411 


122 


Hancock 


2,329 


1,932 


71 


198 




2,464 


2,114 


71 


183 


Hendricks 


2,028 


3,020 


219 


92 




1,871 


3,336 


240 


614 


Howard 


2,331 


3,576 


307 


785 




3,460 


:^384 


275 


134 


Jackson 


3,363 


2,233 


19 


76 


Jasper 


937 


),364 


66 


362 




2,359 


2,414 


253 


752 


Jefferson 


2,549 


3,135 


59 


123 


Jennings 


1,381 


1,785 


36 


396 



223 



VOTE CAST FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS— Con. 



COUNTIES. 




Johnson . . - 
Knox .... 

Kosciusco . . 

Lagrange . . 

Lake . . . 

Laporte . . . 

Lawrence . . 

Madison . . . 
Marion 

Marshall . . 

Martin . . . 

Miami . . . 

Monroe . . . 
Montgomery. 

Mortiaa . . . 

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Noble. . . . 

Ohio . . . 

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Parke . . . . 

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Porter. . . 

Posey . . . 

Pulaski . . . 

Putnam . . . 

Eandolph . . 

Kipley . . . 
Rush 

Scott . . . . 

Shelby . . . 

Spencer . . 

Starke. . . . 

Steuben . . . 

St. Joseph . . 

Sullivan. . . 

Switzerland . 

Tippecanoe . 

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3,064 
1,438 
3,010 

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2.134 
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20,426 
3,113 

1,391 
3,433 
1,937 
3,841 
2,014 

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2,879 

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2,074 
1,957 
1,937 
2,660 

1,.352 
2,754 
1,994 
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2,210 

1,043 

3,490 
2,496 
1,003 
1,264 

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3,159 
1,589 
4,386 
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2,653 
3,823 
2,033 
2,958 

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2,529 
5,387 
19,551 
2,558 

1,283 
2,974 
2,1)17 
3,837 
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2,823 
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1,653 
1,569 

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1,890 
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2,187 
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2,289 
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2,664 
2,478 

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5,220 

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169 
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COURT THIRD 

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•a 'noiws -3 nojifa 


5,647 
1,654 
1,795 
1,949 

253,835 






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3,680 
2,696 
1,887 
2,221 

260,295 






JUDGE SUPREME 

COURT SECOND 

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1,654 
1,796 
1,948 

253,716 






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3,683 
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CHIEF 

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5,647 
1,655 
1,795 
1,948 

253,595 






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3,681 
2,696 
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2,221 

260,390 






SUPERINTENDENT 
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5,648 
1,654 
1,794 
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253,595 






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3,682 
2,696 
1,891 
2,223 

260,431 






REPORTER 

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5,648 
1,654 
1 793 
1,949 

253,609 






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3,680 
2,697 
1,889 
2,221 

260,367 






ATTORNEY GEN- 
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5,649 
1,655 
1,796 
1,947 

253,646 






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MEMBERS OF THE FIFTY-THIRD CONGRESS 
ELECTED NOVEMBER 8, 1892. 



FIKST CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 









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COUNTIES. 




2-^ 




a 

02 




^ 


Ph 


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Posey 


2,595 


2,073 


66 


385 




2,442 


2,684 


231 


617 


Vanderburgh 


6,109 


6,182 


80 


244 


Warrick 


2,138 


1,981 


61 


531 


Pike 


1,930 


2,014 
2,457 


57 


250 




2,469 








2,037 


1,875 


32 


83 


Total 


19,720 


19,266 


527 


2,110 




454 













SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



• 

COUNTIES. 


n 

O 


wi.2 
11 


o 

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3.391 
2,445 
2,426 
1,356 
2,817 
2,]2t 
1,630 
1,511 

17,700 
1,969 


2,625 
2,778 
2,535 
1,275 
1,055 
2,482 
1,649 
1,332 


247 
59 
50 
37 
47 
30 

■ ■ ■ 15 


534 




532 


Daviess 


973 




211 




159 




192 




209 




200 






Total 


15,731 


485 


■ 3,010 


Democratic plurality 



245 



THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 



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Harrison 

Washington 

Jackson 

Jennings 

Scott 

JefiFerson 

Clark 

Floyd . 

Total 

Democratic plurality 



2,485 
2,260 
3,327 
1,333 
1,010 
2,421 
3,956 
4,136 



2,093 
1,811 
2,231 
1,761 
687 
3,064 
3,289 
3,021 



20,928 
2,971 



17,957 



389 



196 
286 
78 
449 
89 
73 
41 
82 



1,294 



FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 






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Shelby 

Ripley 

Decatur 

Rush 

Franklin 

Dearborn 

Ohio 

Switzerland 

Total 

Democratic plurality 



3,471 
2,430 
2,368 
2,233 
2,860 
3,421 
625 
1,600 



19,008 
3,081 



2,657 
2,256 
2,499 
2,538 
1,593 
2,262 
632 
1,490 



15,927 



297 

49 

139 

148 

60 

74 

5 

16 



788 



97 
208 
22 
66 
12 
27 
3 
46 



481 



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COUNTIES. 



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Owen 

Putnam 

Hendricks 

Morgan 

Monroe 

Brown 

Johnson 

Bartholomew 

•Total 

Democratic plurality 



1,718 
2,745 
2,032 
2,014 
1,936 
1,379 
2,598 
3,276 



17,698 
1,058 



1,542 
2,297 
2,995 
2,331 
1,981 
640 
2.064 
2,790 



16,640 



52 

150 

214 

64 

88 

36 

167 

119 



890 



272 
205 

77 
201 
345 

50 
264 

21 

1,435 



246 



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COUNTIES. 



•21 

(9 O 

i4 



la 

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Henry 

Delaware 

Randolph 

Wayne 

Payette 

Union 

Total 

Republican plurality 



1,544 
2,809 
1,538 
3,604 
1,499 
826 



3,264 
4,819 
3,954 
5,651 
1,802 
954 



11,720 



20,444 
8,724 



255 
215 
262 
375 
64 
60 



1,231 



SEVENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



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COUNTIES. 












B 


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O 


CB 


Marion 


20.350 


19,574 


611 


341 




5,656 
2,261 


5,481 
1,896 


167 
68 


409 




271 






Total 


28,267 


26,951 


846 


1,021 


Democratic plurality 


1,316 









EIGHTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 


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3,077 
6.630 
3,534 
2,035 
1,466 
2,339 
3,868 


1.716 
6,114 
3,105 
2,501 
1.735 
2,354 
3,802 


115 
92 

126 

259 
76 
57 

105 


523 




549 


Clay 


452 


Parke 


241 




178 


Fountain 


323 




57 








Total. - . 


22,9(9 
1,622 


21,327 


830 


2,323 













247 



NINTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 


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3,092 
4,367 
2,964 
1,908 
2,473 
2,144 
1,370 
973 


3,129 

4,857 
3,187 
1,694 
3,620 
3,471 
1,614 
1,844 


102 

198 

225 

• 108 

460 

296 

64 

49 


374 




29 




474 


Tipton 


778 




135 




727 














Total 


19,291 


23,416 
4,125 


1,502 


2,517 








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TENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 


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Carroll 


2,343 
3,952 
1,896 
2,228 
1,301 
885 
882 
3,010 
1,801 


2,229 
3,506 
1,787 
2,038 
977 
1,164 
1,338 
2,945 
2,272 


189 

296 

144 

116 

86 

67 

41 

125 

129 


288 


Cass 

White 


467 
22& 


Fulton ... 


31 




288 




123 




428 


Lake 


" ' ■ '98 






Total 


18,298 
42 


18,256 


1,193 


1,948 











ELEVENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 


a'"§ 

11 

a 
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a* 

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3,563 
3,388 
2,347 
3,480 
2,696 
2,783 
2,305 
1,331 


4,864 
3,023 
3,643 
3,372 
1,668 
1,058 
2,313 
1,119 


491 
183 
235 
271 
187 

87 
252 

59 


432 




102 


Wabash 


416 


Huntington 

Wells 


128 
349 




445 




822 


Blackford 


332 


Totol . . 


21,893 
753 


21,140 


1,765 


3,026 











248 



TWELFTH CONGEESSIONAL DISTRICT. 





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9,fil6 
2,263 


5,759 
1,926 


173 
164 


578 


Whitley 


26 


Noble 


2,870 


2,779 


177 


116 


Dekalb 


2,693 
1,395 
1,254 


2,386 
2,019 

2,057 


205 
127 
190 


925 




149 




233 






Total 


19,991 


16,926 


1,036 


2,027 




3,065 













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1,015 
4,662 


845 
3,568 


26 
96 


25 




91 


St. Joseph 


6,096 


5,233 


222 


89 




3,102 
3,686 
3,066 


2,537 
3,715 
3,789 


130 
331 
243 


105 


Elkhart 


156 




69 






Total 


21,627 


19,687 


1,047 


535 




1,940 













249 



MEMBERS OF CONGRESS ELECTED NOVEMBER 8, 1892. 



DISTRICT. 


NAME. 


POLITICS. 


First 


Arthur H. Taylor 


Democrat. 


Second 

Third 

Fourth 

Fifth 






Ja^on L. Brown . 

William S. Holman 

George W. Cooper 


Democrat. 
Democrat. 
Democrat. 


Sixth . . 


Henry U. Johnson 


Republican. 




William D. Bynum 

Elijah V. Brookshire 


Democrat. 


Eighth 


Democrat. 


Ninth 


Republican. 


Tenth. . . 


Thomas Hammond 

Augustus JN . Martin 

William F. McNagny 


Democrat. 


Eleventh 


Democrat. 


Twelfth 


Democrat. 


Thirteenth 











JUDGES OF CIRCUIT COURT ELECTED NOV. 8, 1892. 



DISTRICT. 



NAME. 



POLITICS. 



TEBM. 



Second . . 

Fourth . . 

Ninth. . . 

Thirtieth . 

Thirty-first 

Forty-sixth 

Forty-seventh 

Forty-eighth 

Forty-ninth 

Fifty-second 



Sidney B. Hatfield 
Geo.H.D. Gibson. 
Francis T. Hord . . 
Ulric Z. Wiley. . . 
John H. Gillett . . 
Geo. H. Koons. , . 
Ared F White. . . 
Joseph L. Custer . 
David J. Hefron. . 
Jacob Herter . . . 



Democrat . 
Democrat . 
Democrat . 
Republican 
Republican 
Republican 
Republican 
Republican 
Democrat . 
Democrat . 



6 years 
6 years 
6 years 
6 years 
6 years 
6 years 
6 years 
6 years 
6 years 
6 years 



from 
from 
from 
from 
from 
from 
from 
from 
from 
from 



Nov. 16, 
Nov. 15, 
Nov. 19, 
Nov. 14, 
Nov. 13, 
Nov. 15, 
Nov. 15, 
Nov. 15, 
Nov. 15, 
Nov. 14, 



1892. 
1892. 
1892. 
1892. 
1892. 
1892. 
1892. 
1892. 
1892. 
1892. 



INDIANA. 



ABSTEACT OF YOTE 



STATE OFFICERS, CONGRESSMEN, JUDGES, PROS- 
ECUTING ATTORNEYS, AND MEMBERS 
OF GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 



NOTEMBER ElBECTIOIsr, 1894. 



ALSO 



Consolidated Roster of S-ach. Oflacers, Sliowing Ex- 
piration of Tlieir Terms, Including 
County OflS-cers. 



OKKICIAIv. 



W. R. MYERS, 

Secretary of State. 



INDIANAPOLIS : 

WM. B. BUEFOKD, CONTRACTOK FOE STATE PKIHTINQ AND BINDING. 
1895. 



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ABSTRACT OF VOTE FOR MEMBERS OF CONGRESS, 
NOVEMBER 6, 1894. 



FIRST CONGhESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 



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Gibson 

Vanderburgh 

Warrick 

Pike 

Spencer ... 

Perry 

Total. ... ... 

Hemenway s plurality 



2,351 


2,237 


49 


2,258 


2,971 


153 


5,134 


6,137 


39 


2,120 


2,259 


19 


1,991 


2,174 


36 


2,431 


2,723 


14 


1,957 


2,034 


23 


18,245 


20,535 
2,290 


333 



451 
838 
1,481 
599 
237 
155 
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3,820 



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2,969 
2,380 
2,167 


2,990 
3,104 
2,764 


177 
57 


570 




599 




1,224 


Martin 


1,328 


1,327 


21 


230 




2,552 
1,738 


1,173 
2,894 


9 
30 


132 


Lawrence . 


163 




1,413 


1,976 


17 


139 




1,349 


1,396 


7 


160 






Total 


15,896 


17,624 


318 


3,217 


Hardy's plurality 




1,728 







261 



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Washington 

Jackson 

Jennings 

Scott 

Jefferson 

Clark 

Floyd 

Total. 

Tracewell's plurality 



2,334 
2,070 
2,958 
1,449 
1,047 
2,325 
3,600 
3,370 

19,153 



2,468 
2,003 
2,445 
1,877 
815 
3,240 
3,535 
3,326 



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249 

162 
276 
31 
133 
31 
74 

1,109 



FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 



Shelby 

Ripley 

Decatur 

Rush 

Franklin 

Dearborn 

Ohio 

Switzerland 

Total . . 

Watson's plurality 



3,355 


3,035 


227 


89 


2,162 


2,572 


19 


238 


2,071 


2,804 


97 


153 


2,114 


2,846 


136 


85 


2,673 


1,741 


28 


17 


2,921 


2,589 


29 


72 


562 


710 


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17 


1,613 


1,608 


17 


32 


7,471 


17,905 
434 


554 


703 



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1,671 


1,696 


29 


195 


Putnam . 


2,625 


2,498 


115 


197 


Hendricks 


1,887 


3,258 


184 


112 


Morgan 


1,840 
1,818 
1,168 


2,543 

2,243 

705 


65 


207 
284 


Monroe 


82 


Brown 


29 


110 




2,342 
3,065 


2.258 
3,085 


127 
81 


392 


Bartholomew 


52 






Total 


16,416 


18,286 
1,870 


712 


1,549 


Overstreets' plurality 









262 



SIXTH CONGKESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 



Henry 

Delaware 

Randolph 

Wayne 

Fayette 

Union 

Total 

Johnson's plurality 



1,619 

2,496 
1,594 
2,865 
1,361 

772 

10,707 



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5,815 
4.389 
5,833 
2,006 
1,042 

22,724 
12,017 



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215 
206 
292 
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521 
308 
387 
337 
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1,598 



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5,532 
17,725 
2,300 

25,557 


6,623 

21,157 

2,120 


197 

440 

60 

697 


737 




1,415 


Hancock 


208 


Total. . . . 


29,900 
4,343 


2,360 







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Vigo 

Clay 

Parke 

Vermillion 

Fountain 

Montgomery 

Total 

Faris' plurality 



2,907 


1,974 


99 


5,818 


6,774 


88 


3,180 


3,412 


145 


1,770 


2,550 


234 


1,159 


1,871 


78 


2,221 


2,560 


81 


3,614 


4,097 


122 


20,669 


23,238 
2,569 


847 



434 
1,021 
760 
532 
390 
402 
119 

3,658 



263 



NINTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 



Boone 

Tippeeanoe 

ClintoB 

Tipton 

Hamilton 

Howard 

Benton. 

Warren 

Total 

Hanley's plurality 



3,321 
3,750 
3,306 
2,051 
2,388 
2,564 
1,377 
887 



19,644 



3,354 
5,328 
3,543 
2,019 
3,991 
3,688 
1,773 
1,783 



25,479 
5,8:35 



107 
177 
218 
98 
359 
301 
65 
28 



1,353 



593 



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3,492 


2,429 
3,849 


121 

189 


267 


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White 


l,a58 
2,141 
1,211 


2,205 
2,229 
1,111 


119 

87 


201 


Fulton . . , . . . 


88 






Newton 


775 


1,300 


55 


139 




743 
2,618 
1,834 


1,549 
3,751 
2,435 


47 
96 
83 


540 




231 




85 






Total 


16,923 


20,858 


797 


2,296 


Hatch's plurality 




3,935 







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Miami 

Wabash 

Huntington 

Wells 

Adams 

Jay 

Blackford 

Total 

Steele's plurality 



3,528 
3,177 
2,150 
3,244 
2,596 
2,709 
2,255 
1,420 

21,079 



25,008 
3,929 



432 
145 
173 
240 
144 

45 
195 

57 

1,431 



364 
166 
356 
149 
307 
75 
716 
281 



2,414 



264 



TWELFTH CONG RESS ION A.L DISTRICT. 



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Allen . 

AVhitley 

Noble . . . 

Dekalb 

Lagrange 

Steuben 

Total 

Leighty's plurality 



8,0^4 
2,Cfi9 
2.61 4 
2,279 
1,071 
1,058 

17,145 



116 

86 
101 

' 120 

423 



735 
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121 
928 
147 
214 



2,195 



THIRTEENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 



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Starke 

Laporte 

St. Joseph 

Marshall 

Elkhart 

Kosciusko 

Total 

Royse's plurality 



1,053 
4,182 
5,009 
2,695 
3,835 
2,652 



1,038 
4,209 
6,148 
2,791 
5,180 
4,157 



19,376 



23,523 
4,147 



21 
99 
139 



267 
152 



767 



27 
208 
411 
157 
446 



1,348 



MEMBERS OF CONGRESS ELECTED NOVEMBER 6, 1894. 



DISTRICT. 


NAME. 


POLITICS. 


First 

Second . 

Third 

Fourth 


James A. Hemenway 

Alexander M. Hardy 

Robert J. Tracewell 


Republican. 
Republican, 
Republican. 
Republican. 
Republican. 
Republican. 
Republican. 


Fifth . . 




Sixth 


Henry U. Johnson 

Charles L. Henry . 


Seventh , 

Eighth 

Ninth 




Republican. 
Republican. 
Republican. 
Republican. 
Republican, 


Tenth 

Eleventh 


Jethro A. Hatch 


Twelfth 

Thirteenth 


Jacob D. Leighty 

Lemuel W. Royse 




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265 



VOT.E CAST FOR JUDGES OF CIRCUIT COURTS, 
NOVEMBER 6, 1894. 



8IXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Willard New. T. C. Batcheler. 

Ripley 2,212 2,537 

Jennings 1,778 1,657 

Scott 1,062 820 

Total 5,052 5,014 

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— James K. Ewing. John D. Miller. John S. Scoby. 

Rush 2,104 2,770 136 

Decatur 2,029 2,774 . . . 

Total 4,133 5,544 136 

TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Geo. W.Shaw. J.P.L.Weems. Frarklin Myers. S. W. ■Williams. 

Knox 3,042 2,801 147 551 

Total .... 3,012 2,801 147 551 

THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Oounties— Samuel M. McGregor. James A. McNutt. 

Clay 3,386 3,352 

Putnam 2,592 2,493 

Total 5,978 5,845 

FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— William W.Mofifett. Walter Scott Maple. Benton W. Wolf. 

Greene 2,416 3,046 566 

Sullivan 2,808 1.952 435 

Total 5,224 4,99i 1,001 

FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

■Counties— William M.Franklin. George W. Grubbs, 

Owen 1,756 1,617 

Morgan 1,888 2,540 

Total - 3,644 4,157 

SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties-- Wm. J. Buckingham. Wm. A. Johnson. Samuel E. Brewer. 

Johnson 2,316 2,198 [-60 

Shelby 3,296 2,994 77 

Total 5,612 5,192 , 437 

EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

■County— Charles G.Offutt. Wm. H.Martin. 

Hancock 2,386 2,074 

Total 2,386 2,074 

TWENTY-FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— William A. Tipton. Joseph M. Rabb. 

Warren 887 1,796 

Fountain 2,484 2,604 

Total 3,371 4,400 



266 



TWENTY-THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 
County— William C.L.Taylor. 
Tippecanoe 8,864 

Total 8,864 

TWENTY-FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Fredericks. Caldwell. Albert 0. Marsh. Chas. W. Osborn. 
Randolph 1,556 4,365 186 

Total 1,556 4,365 186 

TWENTY-SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Daniel D. Heller. Robert F. Peterson. Thomas Bosworth. 

Adams 2,576 1,521 69 

Jay 2,201 3,027 675 

Total 4,777 4,548 744 

TWENTY-EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties- Edwin C. Vaughn. Jacob J. Todd. 

Blackford 1,430 1,553 

Wells 2,428 2,244 

Total 3,858 3,797 

TWENTY-NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Moses B. Lairy. Dudley H. Chase. Sam. E. Brown. 

Cass 3,428 3,893 654 

Total 3,428 3,893 654 

THIRTY-SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— E. Volney Bingham. Lucius Hubbard. John G. Maughermas. 

St. Joseph 4,688 6,389 382 

Laporte 4,076 4,150 190 

Total 8,764 10,539 572 

THIRTY-FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Otis L. Ballou. Henry D. Wilson. 

Lagrange 1,264 2,100 

Elkhart 3,752 5,278 

Total ,5,016 7,378 

THIRTY-FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Cyrus Cline. William L. Penfield. John W. Baxter. 

Dekalb 2,261 2,760 1,026 

Steuben 1,122 2,301 328 

T^tal 3,383 5,061 1,354 

THIRTY-EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Edward O'Rourke. Robert S. Robertson. 
Allen 8,018 7,191 

Total 8,018 7,191 

THIRTY-NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties — Alfred W. Reynolds. Foreman F. Palmer. 

White 1,749 2,443 

Carroll 2,260 2,471 

Total 4,009 4.914 



267 



FIFTY- FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 



County— 
Hendricks 



Levi A Barnett. JotiQ V. Hadley. 
1,824 3,190 



Total 



1,824 



3,190 



County— 
Huntington 



FIFTY-SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Orlando W. Whitelock. 
3,167 



Total 



3,167 



Charles W. Watkins. 

3,835 

3,835 



JUDGES OF CIRCUIT COURT ELECTED NOV. 6, 1894. 



Name. 



Politics. 



Judicial Circuit. 



Tekm. 



Willard^ew 

John D.Miller. . . . 
George W. Shaw . . 
Samuel M. McGregor 
William W.Moffett • 
George W. Qrubbs . . 
William Buckingham 
Charles G.OflFutt. . . 
Joseph M. Rabb 
William C. L. Taylor 
Albert 0. Marsh . . . 
Daniel D. Heller 
Edwin C. Vaughn . . 
Dudley H. f'hdse . . . 
Lucius Hubbard . . 
Henry D. NMlson . 
William L. Penfield . 
Edward O'Rourke . 
Foreman F. Palmer 
John V. Hadley . . . 
Charles W. Watkins 



Democrat 

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Demo rat 

Democrat . 

Democrat 

Republican 

Democrat . 

Democrat . 

Republican 

Republican 

Republican 

Democrat 

Democrat 

Republican 

Republican 

Republican 

Republican 

Democrat . 

Hepublican 

Republican 

Republican 



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Sixteenth 

Eighteenth 

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Twenty-sixth 

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VOTE FOR JUDGES OF SUPERIOR COURTS, NOVEM- 
BER 6, 1894. 



ay (1) (1) (1) 

County— Millard F. Cox. Jas, W; Harper. John L.McMaster. Lawson M. Harvey. 

Marion 17,853 18,002 20,980 21,069 

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S. M. Shepard. P. W. Bartholomew. Vinson Carter. 

Marion 1,529 18,089 20,972 

County— Robert P. Davidson. W. DeWitt Wallace. 

Tippecanoe 3,627 5,286 

County— Sydney^^B. Davis. David W. Henry. Isaac N. Pierce. 

Vigo 5,832 6,654 907 

County— Charles M. Dawson. James B. Harper, 

Allen 8,085 6,985 

County— Peter Maier. John H. Foster. Wm. F. Parrett. 

Vanderburgh 5,235 5,986 1,330 



268 



VOTE FOR JUDGE OF CRIMINAL COURT, NOVEM- 

BER 6. 1894. 



County— Marion : 

Francis J. Reinhard 17,921 

John Franklin McCrsy 21,043 

Wymond J. Becket . . 14 

William P. Adkinson 1,377 



VOTE POLLED FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS, 
NOVEMBER 6, 1894. 



FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— John R.. Brill. A . J. Clark. G. K. Denton. 

Poqev . . 2,304 2,211 444 

Vanderburgh 5,250 5,601 1.^30 

Total 7,554 7,812 2,074 

SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— H.DeWeese. Wm. Henning. Wm. Z. Bennett. 

Spencer 2,339 2,648 162 

Perrv 1.892 2,013 65 

Warrick . '. 2,056 2,080 697 

Total 6,287 6,741 922 

THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Ivan B. Hottell. A.W. Funkhauser. 

Harrison 2,266 2.464 

Crawford 1.218 1.498 

Total 3,484 3,962 

FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County — Edgar A. Howard. J. Hickson Smith. Wm S. Ferrier. 

Clark 3,530 3,513 59 

Total . ' 3.530 3,513 59 

FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Joseph R. Williams. A.D. Vanosdal. 

Jefferson 2,260 3,181 

Total 2,260 3,181 

SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Joseph H. Shea. F.M.Thompson. 

Riplev 2,140 2,605 

Jenviings .... 1,532 1,838 

Scott 1.174 711 

Total 4,846 5,154 



269 



SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Rod. L. Davis. Frank B. Shutts. 

Ohio 566 700 

Dearborn 2,805 2,621 

Switzerland 1.606 1,583 

Total 4,977 4,904 

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— JohnD.Megee. Greo. W. Young. Alva H. Swain. 

Rush -. 2,191 2,673 143 

Decatur 2,041 2,751 . . 

Total 4,235 5,424 143 

NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Wm. H. Shea. E.E.Roland. E.E. Roland. 

Bartholomew 2,983 3,049 45 

Brown 1,112 777 

Total 4,095 3,826 45 

TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties — Thos. J. Sare. J. E.Edmondson . 

Lawrence 1,725 2,840 

Monroe 1,790 2,243 

Total 3,515 5,083 

ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— William E. Cox. 

Dubois 2,e04 

Pike 1,926 

Gibson 2,300 

Total • . - • 6,830 

TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— John T. Goodman. Jonathan Keith. Homer Becker. John W. Buck. 

Knox 2,915 2,915 166 535 

Total .... 2,915 2,915 166 535 

THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties — John H.James. Henry C. Lewis. 

Clay f 3,239 3,386 

Putnam 2,586 2,495 

Total 5,825 5,881 

FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties — Charles D. Hunt. William L. Cavins. Moses Taylor. 

Greene 2,305 3,131 574 

Sull.van 2,813 1,941 ^29 

Total . 5.118 5,072 1,003 

FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Nathan A. Whittaker. Joseph Williams. 

On en _ 1,621 1,747 

Morgan 1,816 2,556 

Total • 3,437 4,303 



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SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Thos. H. Campbell. Wilbur W. Israel. A. J. Williams. 

Johnson 2,263 2,189 373 

Shelby 3,252 3,011 81 

Total 5,515 5,200 454 

SEVENTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Lynn E. Kepter. R, E.Kirkman. 

Wayne 2,713 5,710 

Total 2,713 5,710 

EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— JohnL.MeNew. Elmer J. Burford. 

Hancock 2,279 2,201 

Total 2,279 2,101 

NINETEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County — J. J. Rochford. C.S. Wiltsie. S. D. Lafuse. Phil, tiappiport. 

Marion. .... 17,724 21,178 23 ]Ai2 

Total .... 17,724 21,178 23 1.432 



TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County — Patrick J. Ryan. Noah Laughrun. Isaac Palmer. 

Boone 2,935 3,330 352 

Total ... 2,935 3,3.30 i52 

T^VENTY-FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— John VV. Sutton. E. C. St insbury. 

Warren 1,001 1 662 

Fountain 2,520 2.it2 

Total 3.521 4,204 

TWENTY-SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— H. D. ViinCleave. D.Kennedy. E. Ammerman. 

Montgomery. 3,551 4,122 122 

Total 3,551 4,122 122 

TWENTY-THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County — A.D.Cunningham. C.E.Thompson. 

Tippecanoe 3,631 5,255 

Total 3,631 5,255 

TWENTY-FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— 0, H. P.Brandon. L.S. Baldwin. 

Hamilton _^ _^ 

Total 2,093 3,911 

TWENTY-FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Erastus Lnllar. C. L. Hutchen.^. A.E.Stanley. J.Williamson. 

Randolph . . . J^ _^ _2^ _^ 

Total. . . . 1.534 4,365 193 357 



271 



TWENTY-SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties — 

R. H.Hartfcrd. Frank H. Snyder. David Eley 

Adams 2,501 1,514 73 

Jay 2,093 3,110 693 

Total 4,597 4,624 766 

TWENTY-SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 
County— 

E. E. Eikenburg. Lincoln Gwynn. M. fl. Wertenberger. 

Wabash 2,085 3,849 300 

Total 2,085 3,849 300 

TWENTY-EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties- 
Jay A. Hindman. C. W.Kinnan. 

Wells 2,521 2,022 

Blackford 1,397 1,570 

Total 4,918 3,592 

TWENTY-NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 
County — 

F.M. Kistler. C.E.Hale. M.H.Krauss. J. E. Ludders. 

Cass 3,513 3,783 196 643 

Total .... 3,513 3,783 196 643 



THIRTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 
Counties — 

F. A. Comparet. T. C.Annabal. Jacob D. Rich. 

Benton 1,391 1,749 42 

Jasper 723 1,513 540 

Newton 847 1,199 138 

Total 2,964 4,461 720 

THIRTY-FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 
Counti-S — 

Frank P. Jones. Thos. H. Heard. N. J. Bozarth. 

Lake 2,631 3,671 205 

Porter 1,930 2,301 90 

Total . . 4,561 5,975 295 

THIRTY-SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 
Counties — 

Wm.H.Breece. John Richter. Chas. J. Brown. 

St. Joseph 4,822 6,194 401 

Laporte .3,965 4,252 197 

Total 8,787 10,446 598 

THIRTY-THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Willard W.Shortless. William A. Glatte. 

Whitley 2,035 2,136 

Noble 2,434 3,252 

Total 4,469 5,388 

THIRTY-FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Miles R. McClaskey. 

Lagrange .... 2,223 

Elkhart 5,268 

Total 7,491 



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Counties— 
Dekalb . 
Steuben 

Total 



THIRTY-FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Louis J.Geugler. A. Eugene Davis. George H. Dando. 

2,405 2,601 909 

1,143 2.287 215 



3,546 



4,8 



1,124 



Counties- 
Howard 
Tipton . 

Total 



THIRTY-SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

William A.Briscoe. 

1,664 

2,075 



3,739 



William D. Davis. 
3,591 
2,027 

5,618 



Counties— 
Fayette . 
Union . 
Franklin 

Total 



THIRTY-SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 



George L. Gray. 


Frank M Smith. 


1,352 


1,990 


760 


1,029 


2,606 


1,719 



4,718 



4,738 



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Allen 



Total 



THIRTY-EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Newton D. Dougbman. 
7,968 



Elmer Leonard. 

7.012 

7,012 



Counties- 
White . . 
Carroll . 



Total 



THIRTY-NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 



Newberry J.Howe. Thomas B. Wilber. 
. . 1,870 2,204 

. . 2,254 2,445 



4,124 



4,649 



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Fulton . 
Marshall 

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Washington 
Orange . . 



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Vigo 



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Pulaski 



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FORTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 
(Expired by Limitation.) 

FORTY-FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Merritt A. Baker. James K.Houghton. James S. Reeve. 

2,097 2,190 64 

2,596 2,768 155 



4,693 4,958 

FORTY-SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 



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Thomas M. Honan. David M. Alspaugh. Benj. F. Barnett. 
. . 2,915 2,317 139 

. . 2,028 1,970 

. . 1,374 1,952 122 



6,317 6,239 

FORTY-THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 



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Adrian A. Beeeher. Samuel M. Huston. 

5,631 6,853 



Chas. A. Cale. James R. Watts. 

92 887 



5,»i31 6,853 92 

FORTY-FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 



887 



Bradford D. L. Glazebrook. Simon Bybee. 
. . . . 1,025 1,047 

. . . 1,217 1,124 



2,242 



2,171 



273 



FORTY-FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

€ounty— ~ Wm. A. Staley. Nath'l P. Claybaugh. Hathaway Harper. 
Clinton 3,215 3,544 2 4 

Total 3,215 3,544 214 

FORTY-SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— William H. Hickman. Henry L. Hopping. Wash'n Maynard. Wm. H. Coffin. 

Delaware. . . . 2,446 5,704 212 297 

Total .... 2,446 5,704 212 297 

FORTY-SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties — Howard Maxwell. John G. L. Myers. Leslie P. Orahood. 

Vermillion . . 1,853 77 379 

Parke 2,577 231 529 

Total 4,430 308 908 

FORTY-EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Geo. W.Thompson. Elias Bundy. Chas.E. Coffin. Chas.E. Coffin. 

Grant 3,417 6,051 465 374 

Total .... 3,417 6,051 465 374 

FORTY-NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— James B. Marshall. Peter R. Wadsworth. Robert L. Ross. 

Daviess 2,215 2,676 1,179 

Martin 1,391 1,221 238 

Total 3,606 3,897 1,417 

FIFTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Bartlett H. Campbell. Daniel W. Seanlon. John C. Manning. Henry W. Taylor. 
Madison .... 5,540 6,525 185 659 

Total .... 5,540 6,525 185 659 

FIFTY-FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County- Joseph N. Tillett. Walter C. Bailey. JohnE.Whitt. 

Miami 3,193 3,088 131 

Total 3,193 3,088 134 

FIFTY-SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— William C. Utz. Robert G. Eastley. 

Floyd 3,359 3,123 

Total 3,359 3,123 

FIFTY-THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County — James L. Shelton. Frank B. Beach. 

Henry 1,631 3,610 

Total 1,631 3.610 

FIFTY-FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— George W. Miles. Lueius B. McKinley. Sampson J. North. 
Kosciusko 2,653 3,987 182 

Total 2,653* 3,987 182 

FIFTY-FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— John R. Jones. Otis E. GuUey. 

Hendricks 1,817 3,193 

Total 1.817 3,193 

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FIFTY-SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 



County — 
Huntington 



Levi L. Simons. 
3,240 



Total 

Note.— Fifty-sixth Circuit-created by Legislature oi 1893. 



3,240 



Edgar E. Kelsey. 
3,753 



3,753 



PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS ELECTED NOV. 6, 1894. 



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Term Commences. 



Andrew J. Clark .... 
William Henning . . . 
Albert W. Funkhouser. 
Edgar A. Howard . . . 
Argus D. Vanosdal. . . 
Francis M. Thompson . 
Rodman L. Davis . . . 
George W. Young . . . 
William H.Shea. . . . 
John E. Edmondson . . 
William E. Cox .... 



Henry C. Lewis. . . . . ■ 

Charles D. Hunt 

Joseph Williams 

Thomas H. Campbell. . 
Roscoe E. Kirkman . . 

John L. McNew 

Charles S. Wiltsie . . . . 

Nofih Laughrun 

Ele Stansbury 

Dumont Kennedy . 
Charles E. Thompson . . . 
Linneaus S. Baldwin. . . . 
Clirkson L. Hutchens . . . 

Frank H. Snyder 

Lincoln Guynn 

Jay A. Hindman 

Charlt^s E. Hale . . . 

Thurman C. Annabel . . . 

Thomas H. Heard 

John C. Kichter .... 

William A.Glatte 

Miles R. McClaskey . . 

A. Eugene Davis 

Williiim D.Davis 

Frank M. Smith 

Newton H. Doughman . . . 

Thomas B. Wilber 

James K. Houghton . . , 

Thomas M. Honan 

Samuel M.Huston 

Braiif rd D. L. Glazebrook 
Nathaniel P. Claybaugh . . 

Henry L Hopping 

Howard Maxwell 

Elias Bundy 

Peter R. Wadsworth . . . 

Daniel W. Scanlan 

Joseph N.Tillett 

Wil:iam C Utz 

Frank E. Beach 

Lucius B. McKinley .... 

Otis E. Gulley 

Edgar E. Kelsey 



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■'■' No election; tie vote. 

Note.— Fortieth Judicial Circuit expired by limitation. 

Note.— The Fifty-sixth Circuit was created by the Legislature of 1893. 



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ABSTRACT OF VOTE FOR STATE SENATORS, NOV. 
6, 1894— FIFTY-NINTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 

Counties — James Kilroy. Virgil P. Bozeman. Jasper N. Johnson. G. K. Williams. 

Posey 2,309 2,191 53 420 

ri;,.on.r, •> 9n5 '^ Qift ^?i^ 778 



Giiison 

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2,203 
4,512 



2,940 

5,131 



53 
153 

206 



420 
778 

1,198 



Counties— 
Warrick 
Spencer 

Total 



George Wandell. John T. White, Sr. Thomas Wright. 
2.083 2,171 575 

2,363 2,703 144 



4,446 



4,874 



719 



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Dubois . 
Perry . . 

Total 



Michael A. Ssveeney. 
2,582 
1,917 



4,499 



William H.Salin. 
1,129 
2,012 

3,141 



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('range . . 
Crawford . 
Harrison . 

Total . 



John Benz. 
1,386 
1,278 
2.290 



4,954 



George W. Self. 
1,955 
1,658 
2,442 

6,055 



James J. Baker. 
137 



137 



Isaac Lahne. 



124 
152 



276 



Counties — Richard F. Davis. Hileary Q. Houghton. Robert R. Baldwin. T. Wadswortb, Sr. 
Daviess .... 2,140 2,732 48 1,177 

Martin 1.288 1,333 17 214 



Total . 



3,428 



4,065 



1,391 



Counties — 
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Pike . . 



William A. Cullop. 
. . . 2,921 

. . . 1,892 



Total . 



4,813 



William J.Bethel. John R. R. Snyder. 

2,874 172 

2,189 42 



5,053 



214 



R. G.Parker. 

542 
214 

756 



■Counties — 
Lawrence 
Jackson . 

Total . 



David H. Ellison. Louis Schneck. 
1,726 2,864 

2,845 2.383 



4,571 



5,247 



John B. Love. 
154 
142 

296 



Counties — 
Sullivan 
Greene . 



Total 



Andrew Humphreys. George W. BuflF. William L. Long. 

. . 2,795 1,952 436 

. . 2,330 3.096 577 



5,125 



5,048 



1,013 



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Clark . . 
Jefferson 

Total 



•Joseph M. Cravens. Ward H.Watson. Chas. A. Garber. 

3,537 3,502 , . . 

2,335 3,114 136 



=>,872 



6,616 



136 



Counties — 
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Ohio . . . 
Switzerland 

Total . . 



Columbus Johnston. Stephen N. Stewart. 
. . . 2,837 2,557 

. . . 560 704 

1.609 1,578 



5,006 



4,839 



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unties— Francis M. Alexander. Edgar O'Hair. AVilliam Kraft. 

ipley 2,165 2,481 . . . 

ranklin 2,581 1,739 32 

Union 761 1,024 . . . 

Total 5,507 5,244 32 

Counties— John W. Cravens. Henry C. Duncan. Frank P. Taggart. Francis M. Rogers. 

Monroe 1,790 2,243 72 289 

Brown . . . . 1,114 672 32 103 

Bartholomew. . 3,006 3,026 88 45 

Total .... 5,910 5,941 192 437 

Counties— Isaac J. Miller. William E.Mc'Jord. David W. Jessie. Robt.S. Parkhurst. 

Morgan 1,840 2,475 82 184 

Johnson .... 2,277 2,184 125 366 

Total .... 4,117 4,659 207 550 



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Parke 

Vtrmillion 

Tutal . 



John L. Clickener. Willium F. Kerns. William Vail. 
1,706 2,474 234 

1,112 1,848 83 



2,818 



4,322 



317 



Wm. B. Holmes. 

517 
375 

892 



Counties — 
Uiincoek 
Rush . . 

Total 



David S. Morgan. Thomas K. Mull. James M. Bussell_ 
2,296 2,094 189 

2,027 2,873 76 



4,'^23 



4,967 



165 



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W.-jyne . 

Total . 

Counties- 
Adams . . 
Jay . 
Blackford 

Total . 



James E.Brooks. Chas. E. Shiveley. Wm. F. Mauley. David P. Demree. 



Clinton P Cole 

2,539 
2,126 
1,306 

6,061 




Oscar J Current. Joseph G. Harter. 

45 72 

182 702 

52 276 



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279 



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Counties— John W. Rinear. Adam Foust. Martin Baker. Crate Pavey, 

Huntington . 3,229 3,706 239 130 

Wells 2,485 ' 1,9 146 303 

Total ... 5,714 5,656 385 433 

Counties— McGlel'd McDowell. James O'Brien. David A. McDowell. Wm.H. Moure. 

Miami 3,117 3,096 147 ... 

Howard .... 1,557 3,571 316 962 

Tot.il ... 4,674 6,b67 463 9S2 

F. S. Crockett. Wm. S. Ilagg ird. G . M. Blackstock. L.Snyder. 

Tippecanoe. . . 3,643 5,190 177 108 

Total .... 3,613 5,190 177 108 

Counties — 

Perry Washburn. Isaac H. Phares. P.Washburn. P.Washburn. 

Newton 948 1,267 ... ... 

Jasper 717 1,527 47 531 

Benton 1,405 1,742 . . ... 

Total .... 3,170 4,536 47 531 



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County- 
Michael A. Jordan. M.W. CoUett. 

Cass 3,512 3,736 

Total .... 3,512 3.736 

Counties- 
Johannes Kopelke. Wm. H. Gostlin. 

Lake 2,561 3,738 

Porter 1,741 2,391 

Total .... 4,302 6,129 

Counties- 
Sylvester Bertram. Christian Holler. 

St. Joseph . . . 4,954 6,021 

Starke .... 1,018 1,049 

Total .... 5,972 7.070 

Counties — 

Thos. E, Ellison. Jas. B. White, Jr 

Allen 7,846 6.968 

Total .... 7,846. 6,968 



Willard R. Lowe. 


t'has. E. Carter. 


195 


696 


195 


696 


Thos. Stonix. 


Michael Barry, 


101 


217 


84 


121 


185 


338 


. Wm.D. Bulla. 


B. F. Rhinehart, 


147 


422 


17 


27 


164 


449 


Joseph H. Omo 


R.F.. Miller, 


76 


721 



ABSTRACT OF VOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVES, NOV. 
6, 1891— FIFTY NINTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 



County — Walter C. Lindsay. Thos. J. Gibson. 

Perry 1,926 2,008 

Total .... 1,926 2,008 

Woodfin D, 
County— Thos. M. Alcorn. Robinson. 

Gib--on 2,229 2,908 

Total .... 2,229 2,908 

County— Edmund Davis. 

Vanderburgh 5,007 

Total 5,007 

Walt, r P. 
Frendenberg. 
Vanderburgh 5.09'< 

Total 5.098 

County— Benoni S. Fuller. Daniel Boh:innon 

Warrick .... 2,084 2,168 

Total .... 2,084 2.168- 

County— William A. Huser. 

Spencer . 2.S70 

Total 2,370 

Stephen Jett 
County— Williams. Edwin Carr. 

Posey 2,330 2,157 

Total .... 2,330 2,157 



Amos Walters. Samuel S. Burton. 



22 


61 


22 


61 


David 0. Daily. 


DdvidD. Mont- 
gomery. 


151 


802 


151 


802 


Fredonii E. 
HoUoway. 


John H. Meeman 


6,137 


1,273 


6,137 


1,273 


Albert Kamp. 


Mathias 
Hallenbarger. 


6,070 


1,285 



6,070 



1,285 



Percy P. Ferguson. Alvin L. Heim. 
18 697 

18 597 

Reuben L. Lloyd. (Jeorge W. Weber. 



2,653 
2,653 

Marion Tennison. 
49 

49 



141 

141 

Thomas F. 
Faulkner. 
440 

440 



278 



County— Mason J. Niblaek. Bazil Gaither. Robert E. Trout. Michael Catt. 

Knox 2,884 2,894 165 579 

Total .... 2,864 2,894 165 579 

County— DeWitt Q. Chappell. James A. Coats. John A. Hargraus. William Chener. 

Pike 1,872 2,193 37 242 

Total .... 1,872 2,193 37 242 

John L. Hill. Howard N. Booher. Frank 0. Haver. Philip H. Puma. 
Greene 2,324 3,044 57 620 

Total .... 2,324 3,044 57 620 

County- W.Q.Williams. Josiah G. Allen, A.M.Johnson. 

Daviess 2,140 2,730 1,196 

Total 2,140 2,730 1,196 

County— John Mathes. James M. Fowler. Wm. H.Keller. Sam P. McRae. 

Harrison .... 2,306 2,413 70 147 

Total .... 2,336 2,413 70 147 

County — B. B. Stotsenberg. Andrew Fite. Jonathan Davis. 

Floyd 3,351 3,136 " 75 

Total 3,351 3,136 75 

County- Asa Elliott. , A. S. Garriott. W. H. H. Mitchell. 

Washington . . 1,964 2,017 229 

Total 1,964 2,017 229 

County— Allen Swope. Hamlin Smith. Francis B. Brown. 

Jackson : 2,838 2,378 159 

Total - . 2,838 2,378 159 

Courty— Sisney Conner. H. C. Poindexter. A.B.Hutsell. 

Clark 3,508 3,544 57 

Total 3,508 3,544 57 

County— Geo. B. Everroad. James H. Crozier. James Abbott. Joseph Hitz. 

Jefferson ... 2,248 3,176 128 58 

Total ... 2,248 3,176 128 58 

County— William D.Slegner. Chas. H. Willson. Nicholas Smith. Frank C.Sweezey. 
Ripley 2,140 2,508 39 222 

Total .... 2,140 2,508 39 222 

County— John Feist. Wm. C. D. Stevenson. Horace Wilson. 

Dearborn 2,770 2,566 51 

Total 2,770 2,566 51 

County— Ebeneaer Cooley. Seymour J. Merrell. Lewis C. Masters. 

Fraiiklin 2,634 1,679 36 

Totil 2,634 1,679 36 

County— JohnF. Lugenbell. Marhall E.Newhouse. Chas. P. Miller. Wm. A. Evans. 
Decatur 2,031 ^ 2,753 112 152 

Total .... 2,031 2,733 112 152 

County- Daniel W. Heagy. Charles F. Remy. Wm. T. Carmiehael. Jno. C. Valentine 

Bartholomew . . 2,9U 3,101 45 88 

Total .... 2,941 3,101 45 88 

County— Samuel Billingsley. John Miller. Joseph R. Bay. John H. Wolflngton. 

Johnson .... 2,277 2,174 130 380 

Total .... 2,277 2,174 130 380 



279 



County- 
Morgan 

Total 

County — 
Owen . . 



Total . 

County- 
Putnam . 

Total . 

County— 
Hendricks 

Total 

County- 
Sullivan 



Total 

County — 
Clay . . 



Total 

County— 
Vigo . . 

Total 



Vigo . . 

Total 

County — 
Parke 



Total 



Adam Howe. 
2,487 



Geo. R. Scruggs. George W. Clark. 



County- 
Montgomery 

Total 

County — 
Fountain 

Total- 
County- 
Marion . 

Totil 



County — 
Marion 



Total 

Couniy— 
Marion . 

Total 

County — 
Marion . 

Total 

County — 
Marion . 

Total 



2,487 



John L. Duncan. Jesse H. Reno. 

1,683 1,647 



1,683 



1,617 



Harrison M. Randel. Geo. W. Hanna, 
2,499 2,527 



665 




242 


665 




242 


Jacob V. Wright. 




Eli Long. 


36 




180 


36 




180 


Lemuel Buis. 


Al 


ex. J. Farrow 


106 




179 



2,499 



2,527 



106 



179 



Wm. A.Enliss. James W. Hamrick. Quiney A. Davis. Larkin J. Dodson. 

205 110 



1,817 
1,817 



3,118 

3,118 

John Higbee. 
2,808 



205 



110 



Lorenzo D. Sink. Elias G. Denney. 

1,924 444 



1,924 



444 



Jasper F. Beamer. Elmer G. O'Brien. James Hutchison. Wm.B- Woody. 
3,111 3,322 142 778 



3,111 

Wm. I. Stark. 
5,691 



3,322 

Louis Finkbiner. 
6,741 



142 



778 



Ernest Shouse. Samuel T. Jones. 
115 939 



5,691 6,741 115 939 

Charles Yaw. Thomas Spaulding. Edward Donnelly. Theo. Walters. 
6,708 95 914 



5,722 

5,722 



6,708 



914 



James N. Miller. Albert M. Adams. Edw, A. Newton. 
2,179 2,535 226 



2,179 



2,535 



226 



David V. McAllister. 

3,563 

3,563 



Edward T. McCrea. John F. MeDaniel. Wm B. Gill. 
4,088 110 126 



110 



126 



John A. Dagger. Clinton F. Hesler. Wm . H. Fenich. J. C. Whitehall, 
2,163 2,119 71 404 



2,163 



2,119 



71 



404 



John M. Paver. Wm.H.Leedy. James G. Kingsbury. D.F.Kennedy. 
17,815 20,865 516 1,489 



17,815 



20,865 



516 



1,489 



T.L.Sullivan. C. Vonnegut, Jr. Elihu L. Frazier. Jared Lamphier. 
17,768 20,971 478 1,550 



17,768 



20,971 



478 



1,550 



Alex. C. Ayres. Justus C. Adams 

17,881 20,981 



17,881 



17,855 



20,981 



20,866 



Henry A. Harmon. John McGregor 
17,821 20,836 



ancis M. Ramsay. 

471 


J. H. Springer 
1,542 


471 


1,542 


William H.Tice. 

489 

489 


John Sexton. 
1,459 

1,459 


B. M. Lawrence. 

479 


John Greig. 

1,470 



17,821 



20,836 



479 



1,470 



280 



County- 
Marion . 

Total 
County- 
Madison 
Total 
County — 
Hancock 
Total 
County- 
Shelby . 
Total 
County- 
Rush . . 
Total 
County- 
Henry . 
Total 
County- 
Wayne 
Total 
County- 
Randolph 
Total . 
County- 
Delaware 
Total 
County- 
Hamilton 
Total 

County— 
Boone . 

Total 

County- 
Clinton 

Total 

Co inty— 
Tipton 

Total 

County- 
Howard . 

Total 



W. B. Bassett. Omer B. Boardman. Leonard G. Calvin. A. Hightshue. 

17,820 20,875 480 1,433 

17,820 20,875 480 1,433 

Wm. S. Beeson. John H, Terhune. Edgar W. Farmer. Jno. R. Brunt. 

5,394 6,515 214 631 



5,394 



6,515 



214 



631 



John Q.White. M. R.Higginfe. Thos. J. Holding. Jno. W. Wales. 
2,274 2,067 65 222 



2.274 



2,067 



65 



222 



R.W.Harrison. M.G.Tindall. Chas. A. Hawkins. W.A.Goodwin. 



3,284 
3,284 

Jno. P. Fairley. 
2,041 

2,041 

Frank P. Ice. 
1,553 

1,553 

G. T. Newman. 

2.710 

2,710 

David C. Arthur. 
1,522 

1,522 



2,986 
2,986 



214 
214 



94 



94 



Jno. Q. Thomas. Walter E. Ging. C.B. Draper. 

2,789 



2,879 



B.L. Elliott. 
3,604 

3,604 

P.S.Binkley. 

5,646 

5,646 

A. J. Stakebake. 

4,357 

4,357 



158 
158 



Mercer Brown. 
182 



L.W. Modlin. 

489 



182 

Geo. N. Hartley. 

291 



489 



A.G.Hill. 

308 



291 

Jos. G. Harlan. 
193 

193 



308 



Jos. G. Allen. 
365 



365 



Lewis Hickman. Wm. W. Ross. Milo Goodpasture. Thos. Marshall. 
2,417 5,706 205 305 



2,417 



Wm. H. Cornelius. 
2,154 



2,154 



5,706 

Jas. H. Harris. 
3,920 

3,920 



205 

Henry Harold. 
373 

373 



305 

E. L. Myers. 
160 



160 



Henry M. Marvin. Charles W. Griffin. Nathan Cory. Francis M. Click. 
2,986 3,347 96 323 



2,986 



3,347 



96 



323 



Martin A. Morrison. Edmond R.Floyd. Eli Clark. Benjamin F. Alter. 
2,978 3,490 222 292 



2,978 



3,490 



222 



292 



Jacob Barrow. Richard H. Smith. Isaac N.Thomas. David Hamilton. 
2,046 2,046 95 543 



2,046 



2,016 



95 



543 



William A. Quick. S.Edgur Nicholson. Lewis E. Stout. JoshuaB. Freeman. 
1,545 3,563 315 978 

1,545 3,563 315 • 978 



281 



County— 

Tippecanoe 

Total . 



Tippecanoe 

Total . 

County — 
Lake . . . 



Total . 

County- 
Porter , , 

Total . 

County- 
Carroll . . 



Total . 



County- 
Cass 



Total 

County- 
Fulton . , 



County- 
Miami . . . . 

Total . . 

County— 
Wabash . . 

Total . . 

County— 
Huntington 

Total . 

Ceunty — 
Wells. . . 

Total . 

County- 
Allen . , 

Total , 



Allen . . 
Total . 



Allen . . 
Total . 

County— 
Whitley . 

Total 

County— 
Dekalb . 

Total 



Thomas J. Haggard. Amos Welch. 
3,642 5,218 



Charles W. Bone. Lavilo R. Sale. 
170 118 



170 



118 



3,642 5,218 

William H. Albaugh. Charles W. Beeker. Frank Ford. Adam W. Andre. 
3,611 5,198 169 114 

114 



3,611 



5,198 



169 



Joseph H. Guernsey. Jerome Dinwiddle. Chas. L.Merrill. Albert M. Haefeli. 
2,547 3,776 94 201 



2,547 



3,776 



94 



201 



Hamilton W.Forbes. George C. Gregg. Jacob E.Hall. Jeremiah D.Tucker. 



1,786 
1,786 



2,394 
2,394 



96 



96 



Chas. E. Clauser. Andrew Jackson. 
2,221 2,430 



Frank Barber. Lander McKinuey. 

136 224 



2,221 



2,430 



224 



Joseph Guthrie. Chas. B.Longwell. Homer Kessler. Wm. A. Grant. 
3,411 3,855 



3,411 



3,855 



Wm.W.McMahon. Chas. J. Loring. 
2,066 2,225 



203 
203 
Eli Leiter. 



2,066 



2,225 



666 

666 

Oliver W. Kendig. 
87 

87 



Jos. Cunningham. Thomas Grimes. Chas.M.Fellmore. James F.Howe. 
3,099 3,138 144 164 



3,099 3,138 144 164 

Frank Mossman. Henry C. Pettit. Jos. B. Spiker. Jeremiah PauUus 
2,089 3,844 171 359 

2,089 3,844 171 359 

Jerome C. Baker. Firman D.Smith. Alfred S. Goodin. William Pasco. 

3,239 3,683 228 137 

137 



3,239 



3,683 



228 



Michael 0. Blue. Thomas A. Doan. G.W.MeBlhaney. Hamilton ByalL 

2,439 1,990 149 302 



2,439 



1,990 



149 



302 



Louis J. Bobilya. Geo.B.McGoogan. Benj. B. Fowler. George E. Rhine. 



7,985 
7,985 



6,808 
6,808 



107 



George V.Kell. Herbert A.Rogers. 
7,981 6,776 



107 

James English. 
106 



671 
671 

Rezin Orr. 

694 



7,981 



6,776 



106 



694 



Charles Dalman. Jno. E. Greenawalt. Amiel Engle. Jno. H. McCarthy. 
7,912 6,877 105 656 



7,912 



6,877 



105 



656 



Jacob S. Schrader. Edwin L.Barber. Isaac W. Markley. Wm.H.H.Coyle. 
2,035 2,137 98 42 



2,035 



Fred. B.Wood. 
2,261 



2,137 



98 



42 



Frank W. Willis. Hiram S. Madden. Chas, H. Bliss, 
2,700 110 962 



2,261 



2,700 



110 



962 



282 



Nob 



Total . 

Steuben 
Total . 

Lagrange 
Total 

Elkhart . 
Total . 

County— 
Kosciusko 

Total . 

County- 
Marshall . 

Total . 

County— 
St. Joseph 

Total . 

County— 
St. Joseph 

Total . 

County — 
Laporte . . 

Total . 

County- 
Grant . . 



Total 



2,610 
2,61C 



1,097 
1,097 

3,891 
3,891 

Charles L. Cox. 
2,626 

3,626 

J, W. Baugher. 

2,528 



2,528 



E. A. Metzger. 
4,908 

4,908 

G. G. Feldman. 

4,950 

4,950 

W. A. Hosmer. 
3,967 



3,967 



Geo. A. Landis. 
3,362 

3,362 



3,056 



'1 r.-- L. Wright. David Yarian, 
83 111 



3,056 



83 



111 



D. Creel. Emory G.Melendy. Milton S. Rose. 
1,103 2,272 287 



1,103 



2,19b 



2,272 



287 



^tt. J ared R.Preston. Bitler Proui 
6t 126 



2,193 



64 



126 



Geo. W. Ferrall. 


Van R. Miller. 


J. W. Replogle 


4,936 


271 


448 


4,936 


271 


448 


John W.Stetler 


Allen Blue. 


J. M. Humphreys 


4,017 


174 


92 


4,017 


174 


92 


M. W. Simons. 


A. J. Wickizer 


W.L.Sarber 


2,835 


91 
91 


169 


2,835 


169 


F. E. Lambert. 


P.C.Perkins. 


Arthur C. Snoke 


6,112 


149 


407 • 



6,112 



149 



407 



E.C.Laidlow. John W. Shurts. Sam'l W. Border. 



6,058 


144 


395 


6,058 


144 


395 


Albert P. Hunt. 


John W. Harlan. 


Wm. R.Snell 


4,202 


97 


235 


4,202 


97 


235 


H.M. McCaskey. 


Lewis J. Corey. 


Lewis J.Corey. 


6,087 


476 


364 



6,087 



476 



364 



283 



ABSTRACT OF VOTE FOR JOINT REPRESENTATIVES, 
NOVEMBER 6, 1894. 



Counties — 
Vanderburgh. 
Gribson . . . . 
Knox 



Wm. 



H.Evan 

4,928 
2,265 
2,791 



B. M. Willoughby. Abraham S. Reel . 
6,115 45 

2,890 150 

2,957 160 



Total . 
Counties — 

Dubois . . 

Dubois . . 

Dubois . - 

Martin . . 

Martin . . 

Martin . . 

Orange . . 

Lawrence, 
Counties- 
Floyd. . . 

Harrison . 

Crawford . 



9,984 



11,962 



355 



Isaac Collins. 
1,288 
776 

558 

2,622 



Lawrence. Martin. Orange. Dubois. Tutal. 



(Dem.) John A. Gunn 1,734 

(Dem.) Hiram. M.McCormiek . 1,715 
(Rep.) Samuel H. Stewart . . . 2,838 
(Rep.) Abraham W.Porter . . 2,853 
(Pro.) George R. Boyles .... 35 

(Pro.1 Cutler S. Dobbins ... '34 

(Peo.) Aaron Utz , 

(Peo.) John Reynolds 

Daniel F. Lemmon. Geo 

, 3,235 

2,236 

1,323 



1,259 

1,216 

1,334 

1,-353 

23 

33 

213 

219 

B, 



1,372 
1,368 
1,949 
1,947 
24 
16 
123 
124 
Caldwell. 
3,213 
2,459 
1,386 



2,535 
2,513 
1,176 
1,137 



A. A 



6,900 

6,812 

7,297 

7,290 

8 90 

5 89 

336 

343 

Critchfield. 

70 

149 



Total . . 
Counties — 
Clark. . . . 

Scott .... 
Jennings . . 

Total . . 
Counties- 
Dearborn. . 
Ohio . . . . 
Switzerland 



6,794 7,058 219 

Seba A. Barnes. Jas. M.Reynolds. E. J. Samuels. Oliver McCullough. 
3,533 3,487 54 27 

1,025 804 26 

1,457 1,834 30 



24 

265 



6,015 



6,125 



Total 
Counties — 
Ripley . , 
Franklin 
Union . . 



110 316 

Andrew J. Bowers. Francis M. Miller. 
2,747 2,611 

553 712 

1,608 1,578 

4,908 4,901 

Moses Remington. James R. Dunlap. 

2,162 2,473 

2,640 1,672 

752 1,039 



Total 5,554 5,184 

Counties— John K.Anderson. George W. Allison. Moses K. Hanna. H.W. Niokerson. 

Monroe 1,791 2,248 82 277 

Brown 1,116 673 30 102 



Total . . 
Counties- 
Sullivan . . 
Vigo . . . 
Vermillion . 

Total . . 
Counties- 
Montgomery 
Putnam . . 
Clay .... 

Total . . 
Counties- 
Marion . . . 
Shelby . . 

Total . . 



2,907 
John W. Redman. 

2,797 
5,757 
1,128 



2,921 
Ora D. Davis. 
1,907 
6,657 
1,833 



112 

John Henderson. 

85 

93 

83 



379 
Eugene Merrell. 
428 
919 
371 



9,682 10,397 

Delano E. Williamson. 

3,586 

2,574 

3,139 



9,299 



Nicholas Weintrant. Wm. E. Blakely, 

17,800 20,882 

3,266 2,968 



261 

Thomas T. Moore. 
4,074 
2,479 
3,346 

9,899 
Chris. C. Greene. 
483 
230 



21,066 



23,8-50 



713 



1,718 

Geo. W. Marlow. 

125 

186 

731 

1,042 

James C. Lewis. 
1,432 
84 

1,516 



284 



Counties— MiJton C. Benham. Jas. M. Mcintosh. IssacR.Nair. Thomis Clark. 

Wayne 2,711 5,651 276 306 

Fayette 1,334 1,997 42 il 

Total . . . 4,045 7,648 318 347 
Counties— David F. Clark. James M. Hundley. John L. Smith. 

Clinton 2,931 3,535 290 

Tipton 2,040 2,026 557 

Madison 5,433 6,521 726 

. Total 10,404 12,082 1,573 

Counties— James M. Hunter. 

Benton 1,770 

Warren 1,771 

Total 3,541 

Counties— David B. Nowels. Marion L.Spitler. Virgil B. Jenks. David B. Nowels. 

Newton 909 1,270 42 . ■ 

Jasper 732 1,495 38 572 

Total .... 1,641 2,765 80 572 
Counties— Benton Thompson. James M. Mcl'eth. Thomas Graffis. 

Pulaski 1,197 1,123 53 

White 1,883 2,194 111 

Total 3,080 3,317 164 

Counties— Joseph Gray. Jas F. Stutesman. Anderson F. Fox. Robert Guthrie. 

Cass 3,389 3,862 196 679 

Miami 3,104 3,164 ... 160 

Total . . . 6,493 7,026 196 839 

David E Richer. 
Miami ... ... 145 

Total .... ... ... 145 

County— John T. Kelley. F. H. Haecker. Newton Milligan. Jacob V. Geary. 

Adams 2,541 1,496 44 72 

Total .... 2,541 1 ,496 44 72 

John P. McGeath. Enos Cole. Jas. E. Winning. Adam C. Ford. 

Adams . '. . . . 2,514 1,454 44 68 

Total .... 2,514 1,454 44 68 

County— John T. Kelley. F. H. Haecker. Newton Milligan. Jacob V. Geary. 

Jay 2,170 3,021 192 688 

Total .... 2,170 3,021 192 688 

John P. McGeath. Enos Cole. Jas. E. Winning. Adam C. Ford. 

Jay 2,169 3,002 186 688 

Total .... 2,189 3,002 186 688 

County— John T. Kelley. F. H. Haecker. Jas. E. Winning. Jacob V. Geary. 

Blackford . . . 1,405 1,500 52 275 - 

Total .... 1,405 1,500 52 275 

John P. McGeath. Enos Cole. Adam C. Ford. 

Blackford . . . 1,426 1,496 279 

Total . 1,426 1,496 279 

County— Geo. T. Barney. W. C. B. Harrison. William Maurer. George M. Ford. 

Elkhart .... 3,717 5,143 ... 442 

Kosciusko . . . 2,631 4,018 173 93 

Total .... 6,348 9,161 173 535 

County— Jacob J. Bozarth. Uriah Culbert. Wm. T. Kiosey. 

Laporte 3,909 4,293 200 

Starke 1,066 1,010 25 

Total 4,975 5,303 225 



285 



MEMBERS OF THE FIFTY-NHsTTH GENERAL 
SEMBLY OF THE STATE OF INDIANA. 



AS- 



SBNATE-HOLD-OVER SENATORS ELECTED 1892. 



NAME. 



Baker, Oscar A . . . 
Barnes, Willis L 
Bingham, E. Volney 
Bird, Oehmig ... 
Beck, James M . . . 
Boord. Fred ... 
Boyd, Thomas B . . 
Cranor, Ozro N . . . 
Crumpacker, Jonathan 
Gifford, George H 
Kern, John W 
Leyden, Isaac P 
McManis, Silas B 
McCuteheon, Andrew J 
McDonald, James E . 
McHugh, James F - - 
McKelvey, Samuel R 
McLean, William E . 
Newby, Leonidas 
Parker, Samuel . 
Seller James M . 
Stuart, Romus F . 
Thayer, John D. . 
Vail, Lon W 
Wishard. Albert "W 
Wray, Albert F. . 



Counties. 



W 



Grant and Madison . . . . 
Clark, Jennings and Scott . 
St. Joseph and Starke . . . 
Whitley and Allen . . . . 
Pulaski, White and Carroll 
Warren and Fountain . . . 
Boone and Hamilton . . . 
Delaware and Randolph . . 

Laporte 

Clinton and Tipton 

Marion 

Washington and Floyd ■ . . 
Lagrange and Steuben . . . 

Vanderburgh 

Noble and Whitley 

Marion . . . 

Clay and Owen 

Vigo . . - 

Henry and Fayette 

Marshall and Fulton . . . . 
Putnam and Montgomery . 
Marion . . . . . 

Kosciusko and Wabash . . . 
Elkhart _ . . . 

Mirion and Hendricks . . 
Shelby and Decatur . . . . 



Residence. 



Marion . . 
Charlestown . 
Mishawaka 
Ft. Wayne. 
Burlington 
Covington . 
Noblesville 
Muncie . . 
Laporte . . 
Tipton . . . 
Indianapolis 
New Albany 
Lagrange . . 
Evansville 
Ligonier . 
Indianapolis 
Spencer . . 
Terre Haute 
Knightstown 
Plymouth 
Crawfordsville 
Indianapolis 
Warsaw . . 
Goshen _ . 
Indianapolis 
Sbelbyville 



Poli- 
tics. 



Rep. 

Dem. 

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MEMBERS OF THE SENATE ELECTED NOVEMBER 

6, 189L 



Name. 



Address. 



Counties. 



Politics. 



Alexmder, Francis M 
Bethel, William J . . 
Bozeman, Virgil P . . 
Collett, Marcus W . . 
Duncan, Henry C . . 
Ellison, Thomas E 
Gostlin, William H . 
Humphreys, Andrew 
Haggard, William S . 
Holler, Christian 
Houghton, Hileary 
Johnston, Columbus 
Kerns, William F . . 
La Follette, Jesse J. M 
Mull, Thomas K 
McCord, William E . 
O'Brien, James 
Phares, Isaac H 
Rinear, John W 
Schneck, Louis. 
Self, George W . . . 
Shiveley, Charles E 
Sweeney, Michael A 
Watson, Ward H . . 
White, John T., Sr . 



Brookville 
Winslow . . . 
Poseyville . . 
Logansport . 
Bloomington 
Ft. Wayne 
Hammond 
Linton 
Lafayette 
South Bend 
Shoals .... 
Aurora .... 
Toronto . . 
Portland. . . 
Manilla . . 
Martinsville 
Kokomo . . . 
Fowler . . . 
Liberty Center 
Seymour . . 
Corydon . . . 
Richmond. . 
Jasper . . . 
Charlestown 
Grand View . 



Ripley, Franklin and Union . . 

Knox and Pike 

Posey and Gibson 

Cass . ... 

Monroe, Brown and Bartholomew 

Allen 

Luke and Porter 

Sullivan and Greene 

Tippecanoe . , 

St. Joseph and Starke 

Daviess and Martin . 

Dearborn, Ohio and Switzerland . 
Parke and Vermillion . . . . . 
Adams, Jay and Blackford . . . . 

Hancock and Rush 

Morgan and Johnson 

Miami and Howard 

Newton, Jasper anl Benton . . . 

Huntington and Wells 

Lawrence and Jackson . • ■ 
Orange, Crawlord and Harrison . 

Wayne 

Dubois and Perry 

Clark and Jefferson 

Warrick and Spencer 



Dem. 

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286 



MEMBERS OF THE II0U8E OF REPRESENTATIVES 
ELECTED NOVEMBER 6, 1894. 



NAME. 



Address. 



Counties. 



Allison, fJeorge W 
Adams, Albert M 
Adams, Justus C. 
Allen, Josiah G 
Barber, Edwin L. 
Binkley, Phillip S 
Beeker, Charles W 
Billing:sley, Samuel 
Blue. Michael C . . 
Boardman, Omer B 
Blakely, William B 
Bohani on, Daniel 
Booher, Howard N 
Bowers, Ai drew J 
Bobilya, l.ouis J 
Cardwill, George B 
Coats, James A 
Cooley, Kbenez^r 
Crozir J«mes H 
Culbert, Uriah . . 
Dal man, Charles 
Davis, Ora D 
Dinwiddle, Jerome 
Duncan, John L 
Elliott, Erastus L 
Fief t, John 
Finkbine% Louis. 
Farrell, George VV 
Floyd, Edmond R 
Fowler, James M 
Gaither, B izil 
Garri )tt, Augustus S 
Gihson, Thomas J . 
Griffin, Charles W . 
Gregg. George C 
Grimes, Truman . . 
Hesler, Cli ton F 
HoUoway, Fredonia E 
Hanna, George \V 
Hamrick, .James W 
Harrisc.n, W.C.B . 
Howe. Adam .... 
Hundley, James M . 
Hu it, Albert P . . 
Hunter, James M 
Harrison, Robert W 
Harris, James H 
Higbee, John 
Jackson. Andrew 
Kamp, Albert 
Kelley, John T. 
Kell, George V. 
Laidlow, E. C. . . 
Lambert. Francis E. 
Longwell, Charles B 
Loring, Charles J. 
Lloyd. Reuben L. 
Leedy, William H. 
Moore, Thomas T. 
Mellendy. Emory G. 
Merritt, Francis D. 
McBeth, James M. 
McCaskey, Harvey M. 
McCrea, Edward T. . 
McGeath, John P. . 
Mcintosh, James M. 
McGregor, John . . 
Newhouse, Marshall E 
Nicholson, S. Edgar 
O'Brien. Elmer G. . 
Pettit, Henry C. . . 
Poindexter, Harry C. 



Nashville . . 
Rockville 
Indianapolis 
Washington. 
Larwill . . . 
East Germantown 
Lafayette 
Roeklane . . 
Tocsin. . . . 
Broad Ripple 
Shelbyville . 
Boon\ ille . . 
Newark . . . 
Vevay . 
Ft. Wayne. . 
New .Albany 
Union 

Cedar Grove 
Madison. . . 
Michigan City 
Ft. Wayne . 
Terra Haute . 
Lowell. . . . 
Spencer . . . 
Middletown . 
Yorkville 
Ti-rre Haute . 
Waterlord. 
Middle Fork 
Crandall 
Monroe City 
Little York . 
Branchville 
Sheridan 
Hebron . . 
Pettysville . . 
VeedersbUi g- 
Evansville. . 
Greencastle . 
Danville. . . 
Goshen . . 
Martinsville 
Summitville 
Michigan City 
Williamsport 
Shelbyville 
Noblesville 
Sullivan . . 
Cutler 

Evansville . . 
New Corydon 
Huntertciwn 
Mish iwaka . 
South Bend 
Logan.'port . 
Rochester . . 
Mariah Hill . 
Indianapolis 
Greencastle . 
Fremont . . 
Lagrange 
Montipello 
Point Isabe 
New Richmon 
Harford City 
Connersville 
Indianapolis 
Kingston 
Kokoms 
Ashboro . 
Wabash 
Henze . . 



Monroe and Brown 

Parke 

Marion 

Daviess 

Whitley 

Wayne . 

Tippecanoe » 

•lohnson 

Wells 

Marion 

Marion and Shelby 

Warrick 

Greene 

Deijrborn, Ohio and Switzerland 

Allen 

Floyd, Harrison and Crawford . 

Pike 

Franklin . 

JeflFerson 

Laporte and Starke 

Allen 

Sullivan, Vigo and Vermillion . , 

Lake 

Owen 

Henry 

Dearborn 

Vi?o 

Elkhart . . ... 

Clinton 

Harrison 

Knox 

Washington . . , 

Perry 

Boone 

Porter , 

Miimi 

Fountain 

Vanderburgh 

Putnam 

Hendricks 

Elkhart and Kosciusko . . . . , 

Morgan 

Clinton, Tipton and Madison . . 

Laporte 

Benton and Warren 

Shelby 

Hamilton 

Sullivan 

Carroll 

Vanderburgh 

Adams, Jay and Blackford . . . . 

Allen 

St. Joseph .... 

St. Joseph . . 

Cass 

Fulton 

Spencer 

Marion 

Alontgomery, Putnam and Clay . 

Steuben 

Lagrange . 

Pulaski and White 

Grant 

.Montgomery . 

Adams, Jay and Blackford . . . . 

Wayne and Fayette 

Marion 

Decatur . 

Howard 

Clay 

Wabash 

Clark 



287 



MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 
ELECTED NOVEMBER 6, 1894— Continued. 



NAME. 



Address. 



Counties. 



Poli- 
tics. 



Porter, Abraham VV. 
Kemington, Moses . . 
Remy, Charles F. . . 
Reynolds, James M. . 
Robinson, Woodfin D. 
Ross, William W. . . 
Smith, Firman D. . 
Spaulding, Thomas H 
Spitler, Marion L. 
Stakebake, Andrew J. 
Stotsenburg, Evan B. 
Statesman, James F. 
Stewart, Samuel H 
Swope, Allen . . 
Simons, Willard W 
Stetler, John W. 
Terhune, John H 
Thomas, John Q. 
Vanarsdel, William C. 
Vonnegut, Clemens C. 
Welsh, Amos W. - . 
White, John Q. . . . 
Willis, Frank W. . . 
Williams, Stephan J. 
Willoughby, Benjamin 
Willson, Charles H. . 
WcodrufiF, Orson L. . 



•Jr. 



Loogootee . 

Brownsville 

Columbus . 

Memphis . 

Princeton . 

Muncie . . 

Rock Creek Center 

Terre Haute 

Rensselaer 

Winchester 

New Albany 

Peru ... 

Ireland ._. 

Crothersville 

Plymouth 

Syracuse 

Anderson 

Rushville 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Glen Hall . 

Greenfield 

Waterloo . 

Wadesville 

Vincennes 

Versailles . 

Avilla . . . 



Dubois, Martin, Orange and Lawr'e 
Ripley, Franklin and Union . . 

Bartholomew 

Clark, Scott and Jennings .... 

Gibson 

Delaware 

Huntington 

Vigo 

Newton and Jasper . . . . . . 

Randolph . 

Floyd 

Cass and Miami 

Dubois, Martin, Orange and Lawr'e 

Jackson 

Marshall 

Kosciusko 

Madison 

Rush 

Marion 

Marion 

Tippecanoe 

Hancock 

Dekalb 

Posey 

Vanderburgh, Gibson and Knox 

Ripley 

Noble 



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288 



COUNTY OFFICERS ELECTED AT NOVEMBER ELEC- 
TION, 1892. 



ADAMS COUNTY. 



NAME. 




When Term Expires. 



Daniel P. Bolds 
Samuel Doak . . , 
Oliver T. Mil y 
John W.Tyndall 
Andrew J. Porter 



Treasurer 
Sheriff . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 
Assessor 



2 years from Sept. 5, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 12, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 12, 1892.' 
2 years from Nov. 12, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892- 



ALLEN COUNTY. 



Edward Beckman 
Edward F. Clausmeier 

Morse Harrod 

Charles W. Branstrator 



Treasurer 
Sheriff . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Sept. 5, 189'^. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 12, 1K93. 
2 years from Nov. 12, 1892. 



BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY. 



John Walker . . . 
Isaac Lucas . . . . 
Frederick Falk . 
William A. Hayes 



Treasurer 
Sheriff . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Aug. 1, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 



BENTON COUNTY. 





Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff 


2 years from Aug. 15, 1893. 
4 years from Nov. 15, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 20, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 29, 1892. 
2 years from Mov. 20, 1892. 


Job X. Cassell 

Charles G. Mauzy 


Perry C. Kirtley 


Surveyor 

Assessor 


Benjamiu BaTidson 


4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



BLACKFORD COUNTY. 



David C. Caldwell . ... 


Clerk 


4 years from Aug. 
2 years from Nov. 
4 years from Aug 
2 years from Aug 
2 years from Nov 
2 years from Nov 


20, 
18, 
17 
24 
18, 
18, 


1893. 


William B. Fortner 

David J . Hummer 

Ezra C. Covault 


Treasurer . 

Recorder 

Sheriff 

Coroner 

Surveyor 


1892. 
1893. 
1893. 


M. A. Emshwiller 

William Harley 


1892. 
1892. 



BOONE COUNTY. 



David W. Osborn 
John W. Troutman 
John K. Porter . 
William U. Lane . 
Samuel F. Cones . 



Treasurer 2 years from Sept. 4, 1893. 

Sheriff | 2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 

Coroner 2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 

Surveyor 2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 

Assessor 4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



'•'Removed from county and C. S. Clark appointed to serve until his successor is elected 
and qualified. 




SEI>L\TORJAL 

DISTRrCTS. 

I 89 I. 




^^\ Karrison ' 

2 IREPKESENTATTSTL 



DISTRICTS. 

189 1. 



Lagrange I Steuben 




DISTRICTS. 

189 3. 



, 1 

Lagrange 



1 

Steuben 




RE SJENTAITVE 

DISTRICTS. 
8 9 3. 



289 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 
BROWN COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Term Expires. 


Samuel Walker 


Treasurer 

Recorder 

SheriflF 

Coroner 

Surveyor. ... 


2 years from Sept. 2, 1893. 
4 years from Nov. 12, 1892. 




2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 


Samu-1 C. Wilson 


2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 


Alfred T Gee 


2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 




4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 









CARROLL COUNTY. 



William J. Uuckien 
James A.Thompson 
James W. Sines . . . 
Frank P. Lyons. . . 
Wade P. Thompson . 
William M. Bates. . 



Treasurer 
Recorder 
SheriflF. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 
Assessor . 



2 years from Nov. 18, 18f2. 
4 years from Nov. 15, 1894. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1892. 
2 yeais from Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 years from Nov 18, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17. 1892. 



John K. box ... 
Charles W. Homburg . 
Frederick A. Busjahn 
Norman A. Beck . . . 



CASS COUNTY. 



Treasurer 
.sheriff . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Nov. 11, 1892. 
2 years from Aug. 21, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 11,1892. 
2 years from Nov. 11, 1892. 



CLARK COUNTY. 



John A. Jenkins . 
William A. Davis, 
John J. Riios 
Victor W. Lyon. 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



CLAY COUNTY. 



2 years from Sept. 5, 1893.* 
2yeiir3 from Aug. 22, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 15, 1892. f 
2 years from Nov. 15, 1892. 



John M. Wehrle 
Christopher H. Kattman 
George J. Kayser .... 
Morgan H. Ringo. . . . 
William R. Mershon . . 
James L. Burns 



Clerk . . 
Treasurer 
Recorder. 
SheriflF. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



4 years 6rom Nov. 16, 1892. 
2 years from Sept. 3, 1893. 
4 years from Nov. 6, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 20, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 20, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 20, 1892. 



CLINTON COUNTY. 



John W. McKinney 
John D. Blacker 
David Taylor Hill . 
Oscar W. Edmunds . 
Charles E. Boulden. 



Treasurer 
Recorder. 
SheriflF. . 
Coroner , 
Surveyor. 



2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 
4 years irom Aug. 14, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 



'•■■John A. Jenkins resigned June 6, 1893. Thomas B. Rader appointed to serve unex- 
pired term. 

t John J. Roos died and Frank R. M. Gilbert, Jr., was appointed May 26, 1893, for un- 
expired term. 

19 — Sec. of State. 



290. 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 
CRAWFORD COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Teem Expires. 


Franklin P. Walts 


Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff 


2 years from Aug. 24, 1893. 






2 years from Nov. 15, 1892. 




Coroner 

Surveyor 


2 years from Nov. 15, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 15, 1892. 


Daniel J. Paschal 



DAVIE6S COUNTY. 



Henry Aikman 
John Gr. Leming . 
Charles C. McCown 
Thomas Nugent . 
Elijah S.Pershing 



Treasurer 
Sheriff 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 
Assessor . 



2 years from Aug. 5, 1893. 
2 years from Aug. 25, 1893. 
2 years from Aug. 25, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892." 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



DEARBORN COUNTY. 



Michael Maloney . 
Henry Bulthaup 
Albert D. Jackson 
Albert T.Gridley. 



Treasurer 
Sheriff . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Nov. 22, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 22, 1892. 



DECATUR COUNTY. 



John P. Thompson . 
Georg* W. Randall , 
Taylor F. Meek . . . 
Henry C. Doles . . 
Robert B. Whiteman 



Treasurer 
Coroner 
Sheriff. . 
Surveyor 

Assessor . 



2 years from Aug. 5, 1893. 
2 years from Nov 15, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 28, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 15, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



DEKALB COUNTY. 



Reuben Sawvel . . . 
George C. Ralston . 
Lafayette D. Miser . 
Calvin E. VanAuken 
Sylvester Kutzner . 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 
Assessor . 



2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



DELAWARE COUNTY. 



Mark Powers 

William Sherry . . : 
Joseph F. Bowers . . . 
Jonathan D. Fenwick 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Aug. 8. 1893. 
2 years from Aug. 26, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 



* Thomas C. Nugent resigned and Edward C. Faith was commissioned June 21, 1893, to 
.serve until his successor is elected and qualified. 



291 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 
DUBOIS COUI^TY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Teem Expires. 




Treasurer 

Sheriff 

Coroner 


2 years from Nor. 21, 1892. 


Albert H. Traylor 


2 years from Nov. 21,1892. 




2 years from Nov. 25, 1892. 


Henry Berger 

William W Kendall . . 


Surveyor 


2 years from Nov. 25, 1892. 
1 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 









ELKHART COUNTY. 



Elliott CruU .... 
William W. Johnson 
Charles L. Kinney . 



Sheriff, . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Nov. 18, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1892. 
2 years Irom Nov. 18, 1892. 



FAYETTE COUNTY. 



Benjamin F.Thiebaud 
Enos M. McCready . 
Alexander D. Tyrrel . 
Ray Williams 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Sept. 3, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 year^ from Nov. 13, 1892. 



FLOYD COUNTY. 



Francis A. Eeceveur 
Edward L. Kelley . 
William L.Starr . . 



Treasurer 
Sheriff . 
Coroner . 



2 years from Sept. 8. 1893. 
2 years fr .m Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 



FOUNTAIN COUNTY. 



Samuel Clark . . . . 
Ambrose Moore . 
Benjamin F. Young 
Allen Boggs . . . . 
Johnson Cook . . . 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 

Assessor . 



2 years from Aug. 16, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 8, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. 



Robert D.Templeton . . 
Horace E. Balsley . . . 

John Roemer 

George B. Buckingham 
Thomas W. Lawrence . 
John P.Schiltz 



Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 
Assessor . 



2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 6, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892, 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



FULTON COUNTY. 



John R. Barr . , 
John King ■ . . . 
Alfred M. Shields 
Peter J. Stingley , 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Sept. 5, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 years from Not. 13, 1892. 
2 years from Mar. 4. 1893. 



292 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 
GIBSON COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Term Expires. 


Robert P. McConnell 

Wyatt Gentry 

Henry C. Williams 

Garrard .M. Emmerson 

Charles C. Whiting 


Treasurer 

Sheriff 


2 years from Sept. 7, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 11, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 11, 1892. 


Surveyor ....... 

Assessor 


2 years from Nov. 11, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



GRANT COUNTY. 



William E. Heel . 
Charles A. Lillibridge 
John Willi ims . 
James Boyd . . 

Ancll E. Ratliff . 
Edo3 L. Bond. . . 



Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner 
Surveyor 
Assessor . 



2 years from Avg. 2, 1893. 
4 years from Aug. 21, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 10, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



GKEENE COUNTY. 



Noah Brown . . 
John H. Johnson 
John H. Gheen . 
E. Fide Cox. 
James Harrel . . 



'treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 
Assessor . 



2 years from Sept. 7, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 16, 1892. 



HAMILTON COUNTY. 



Albert R. Tucker 
Peter R. Martz . 
Philip Rhoades 
S. C. Dore . . 
Jame'? S. Coyner 
John Beales . . 



Auditor 
Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 
Assessor . 



4 years from March 7, 1893. 
2 years from Sept. 7,1893. 
2 years from Nov. 16, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 16, 1892. 
2 years fro n Nov. 16, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



HANCOCK COUNTY. 



George W. Ham 
Marshall T.Smith 
John H. Justice 
Samuel R. Waters 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. 
Coroner 
Surveyor 



2 years from Nov. 16, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 16, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 16, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 16, 1892. 



HARRISON COUNTY. 





Clerk 


4 years from Nov. 
2 years from Sept 
2 years Irom Nov. 
2 years from Nov. 
2 years from Nov. 


7, 1892. 


William K. Meyer 

Nathan M. McElfresh 

John H.Sherill 

John V. Denton 


Treasurer 

Sheriff 

Coroner ... 

Surveyor 


15, 1893. 
7, 1892. 
12, 1892. 
21, 1892. 



293 



COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 



HENDRICKS COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Teem Expires. 


John Q. A. Mattern 

John T Taylor 


Treasurer 

Sheriff. . 


2 years from Sept. 7. 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 


Eldridge C.Wills 

John W. Trotter 


Coroner . 


2 years from Nov. 6, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 6, 1892. 







HENRY COUNTY. 



Cornelius M. Moore . 
George W. Thompkins 

Louis Foutz 

Omer E. Minesinger . 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



2 years from Aug. 5, 1893. 
2 years from Aug. 23, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 



HOWARD COUNTY. 



Charles A Styer . 
Edgar A. Simmons 
William H Turpin 
Ellsworth Hunt. . 
Daniel S. Shafer . 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 
Assessor . 



2 years from Nov. 
2 years from Nov. 
2 years from Nov. 
2 years from Nov. 
4 years from Nov. 



18, 1892. 
18, 1892.*' 
18, 1892. 
18, 1892. 
17, 1892. 



HUNTINGTON COUNTY. 



Isaac F. Beard . . 
Samuel Wintrode. 
Harvey M. Eeaver 
Roscoe D. Smith . 
Forris W. Kelsey - 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner 
Surveyor. 
Assessor . 



2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 years from Nov 13,1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



JACKSON COUNTY. 



George A . Robertson 
Ewing Still well. . . 
James H. Scott . . . 
James W. Wayman. 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner 
Surveyor. 



2 years from Aug. 15, 1893 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 



JASPER COUNTY. 



Marcus H. Hemphill 
Judson J. Hunt. . . 
Charles Hanley . . . 
Shelby Grant .... 
John E. Altee. . . . 
Charles E. Mills . . 



Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 
Assessor. 



2 years from Aug. 12, 1893. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 21, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 24, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 21, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



*Edgar A. Simmons resigned, and William H. Sumption was commissioned September 
14, 1894, to serve until his successor is elected and qualified. 



. 294 
COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

JAY COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Term Expires. 


John Hayes 

Stephen A.D.Gillum 


Treasurer 

Sheriff 

Coroner 


2 years from Nov. 14, 1892.* 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 


Albert J.Frost 


Surveyor 


2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 



JEFFERSON COUNTY. 



John W. Tevis . . . 
Daniel H. Demaree . 
Christian J. Kohl . 
Thomas W. Forshee 
James H. Smith . . 



Clerk . . 
Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



4 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 6, 1892. 
2 years from Aug. 20, 1883. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1893. 



JENNINGS COUNTY. 



Charles B. Curtis . . 
Isaac B. Stearns . . 
Sylvester D. Adams 
Charles W. Miles . . 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Nov. 6, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 years from Nov, 13, 1892. 



JOHNSON COUNTY. 



Thomas E Valentine . 
James K. P. Mu'selman 
Lindsey L. Whitesides . 
Benjamin R Ransdell . 
Peterson K. Parr . . . . 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 

Assessor . 



2 years from Nov. 21, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 15, 1892.t 
2 years from Nov. 21, 1892.t 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



KNOX COUNTY. 



Christian Hoffman 
John L. Buckles . 
Patrick H. Caney . 
Joseph U. Hershey 
John N. Shepard . 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 
Assessor . 



2 years from Nov. 6, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 23, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 6, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 6, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 25, 1892. 



KOSCIUSKO COUNTY. 



Nicholas P. Cook,. 
Henry M. Stoner . 
Abner Thomas . . 
Geo. W. McCarter 
Christian Harmon 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 

Assessor . 



2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



'■'John Hayes died December 22, 1892, and Jacob 0. Linkhauer was commissioned, 
December 24, for the unexpired term. 

t Lindsey L. Whitesides resigned April 24, 1893, and James T. Jones was commissioned, 
April 29, 1893, for the unexpired term. 

t Benjamin R. Ransdell resigned May 8, 1893, and Thomas Hardin was commissioned, 
May 16, for the unexpired term. 



295 
COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

LAGEANGE COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Term Expires. 


William H. Duff 

Charles A. McCally 

Abram E. Yoder 


Clerk 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff 


i years from May 22, 1893. 
2 years from Sept. 6, 1893. 
4 years from Nov. 11, 1892. 


Charles R Allison 

Francis A. Benham 


2 years from Nov. 19, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 




Suryeyor 


2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
i years from Nov. 17, 1892. 









LAKE COUNTY. 



Samuel A. Barr . . . . 
Thomas McCay . . . . 
John F.Krost . . . 
Charles H. Friederich 
Anton A. Sideler . . . 
George W. Fisher . . . 
George Stoeker . . . . 



A-uditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 
Assessor . 



4 years from March 1, 1893. 
2 years from A ug. 29, 1893. 
4 years from Nov. 11, 1892. 
2 years from N©v. 15, 1892. 
2 years from Sept. 16, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 15, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



LAPOETE COUNTY. 



Herman W.Sallwasser 
Henry A. Schwager , ■ 
Albert J. Henry . . . 
Edward Z.Cole. . , 
Robert Ansley .... 



Clerk 
Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



4 years from May 5, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 15, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 



L ^WEENCE COUNTY. 



Isaac H.' Crim 


Clerk 

Sheriff 

Treasurer 

Recorder 


4 years from Feb. 11, 1893. 
2 years from Feb. 24, 1893. 
2 years from Dec. 16, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 15, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 16, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 16, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 


George W. Holmes 


Thos. 0. Daggy 


Francis B. Hitchcock 

James C. Pearson 


Henry Melntire 

Charles H. Dunihue 


Surveyor 







MADISON COUNTY. 



William Boland . . . 
William W. Van Dyke 
Charles L. Armington 
Alexander Ross . . 
Austin W. McAllister 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 
Assessor . 



2 years from Aug. 15, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 12, 1892. 
2 years from Dee. 10, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



MAEION COUNTY. 



Sterling R. Holt . 
Robert F. Emmett 
William S. Beck . 
Paul Julian . . . 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Sept. 4, 1893. 
2 years from Dec. 9, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 10, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 15, 1892. 



29H 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 
MARSHALL COUNTY. 



NAME. 



Arthur D. Senour . 
Thomas M. Walker 
Henry L. Jarrell . . 
John J. Hamilton 
Achilles North . . . 



NATURE OF OFFICE. 



Wbkn Term Expires. 



Treasurer 
Recorder 
SherifiF . 
Ooroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Ang. 10, 1893. 
i years from Nov. 11 , 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 19, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 20, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 11, 1892. 



MARTIN COUNTY. 



Samuel A. Chenowith 
George Fields . . . . 
Joseph Cannon . . . . 
James M. Reiley . . . 
James McBride . . . 



Auditor . 
Treasurer 
SherifiF . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13,1892. 
2 years from Nov. IS, 1«92. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 



MIAMI COUNTY. 



William H. Zmmerman 
Thomas McKinstry . - 
Berji<min F. OrandstafiT 
Noah W.Trissal .... 
John B Lockridge . . . 



Treasurer 
SherifiF . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 
Assessor 



2 years from Aug. 30, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 16, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 16, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 16, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 16, 1892. 



MONROE COUNTY. 



J. M. Hinkle . . . 
T. H.Sudbury . . 
Wilson Adams . . 
Joseph M. Rogers 
Elmer E. Buskirk 
George W. Welch 



Auditor . 
Treasurer 
SherifiF . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 
Assessor 



4 years from Nov. 16, 1892. 
2 years from Sept. 7, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 



Wallace Sparks 


Clerk 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff 


4 years from Nov. 16, 1892. 
2 years from Sept. 1. 1893. 
4 years from Aug. 28, 1893. 
2 years from Aug. 22, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 


Thomas T. Munhall 

Charles E. Davis 


Charles T. Bronaugh 

William F. Hunt 

Charles W. Elmore 




Surveyor 

Assessor 


2 years trom Nov. 14, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 





MORGAN COUNTY. 



Perry Lank ford . . 
Benjamin F. Butler 
BarthoU mew Smith 
Edward M. Sweet . 
Curtis G.H.Goss . . 



Treasurer 
Recorder 
SherifiF . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from May 31,1894. 
4 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 
2 years from Dec. 16, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 14. 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 



297 



COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 



NEWTON COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OP OFFICE. 


When Teem Expires. 


Alfred B. Jenkins 


Treasurer ... 

Recorder 

Sheriff 


2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 19, 1892. 
2 years from Nov 13, 1892 


William L. Graves 


J. A. Wickersham 


Conmer . . 

Surveyor 


2 years from Nov. 13, 1892! 
2 years from Nov. 15, 1892. 





NOBLE COUNTY. 



Thomas M. Reed . 
John W. Miller . . 
Jacob H. Shauck • 
Calvin A. Seymour 
John H. Halferty . 
John L. Cooper . . 



Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Assessor . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Aug. 14, 1893. 
4 years from Aug. 21. 1893. 
2 years from Jan. 8. 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 21, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 23, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 21, 1892. 



OHIO COUNTY. 



Richard A.Steele I Treasurer 

Ellsworth Collins 1 Sheriff. 

Edward P. Gleason Co oner 

James (t. Westcott Surveyor 

Jacob Myers Assessor 



2 years from Aug. 10, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



ORANGE COUNTY. 



Henry T. Allen . . 
John W. Ellis. . . 
Benjamin F. Speer 
Green Hnzelwood . 
Alson Boyd .... 



Auditor . 
Treasurer 

Sheriff . 
Coroner , 
Surveyor 



4 years from Nov. 16, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 
2 year.s from Nov. 14, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 14, IS92. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 



OWEN COUNTY. 



Itobert W. Martin . . 
Benjamin H. Johnson 
John J Livingston . . 
Parks M. Martin . . . 



Treasurer . . 
Sheriff . . 

Coroner . . . 

Surveyor . . 



2 years from Sept. 5, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 10, 1892. 



PAEKE COUNTY. 



Isaac L. Wimmer , 
Moses T. Kelly . . 
George S. Jones . . 
Aaron W. Morris , 
John T. Campbell 



Clerk . . 
Treasurer 
Sheriff 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



4 years from Nov. 15, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 14. 1892.* 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 



'''Aaron W. Morris resigned and Hiram E. Newlin was commissioned October 23,1893, 
for unexpired term. 



298 

COUNTY OFFICERS—Continued. 
PERRY COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Term Expires. 


Michael A. Eberhard 


Treasurer 

Sheriff 

Coroner 

Surveyor 


2 years from Nov. 15, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 15, 1892. 




2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 


George Minto 


2 years from Nov. 15, 1892. 



PIKE COUNTY. 



Sylvester Beach 


Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff. , 

Coroner 

Surveyor 

Assessor 


2 years from Nov 
4 years from Feb. 
2 years from Nov 
2 years from Nov 
2 years from Nov 
4 years from Nov 


17, 1892. 
27, 1893. 




17, 1892. 




17, 1892. 


Andrew Anderson 

William W. Colvin 


17, 1892.* 
17, 1892. 



PORTER COUNTY. 



Allen W. Reynolds 
Hayes C. Co;ites . 
Henry Rankin . . 
Andrew J. Zorn 



Treasurer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 

Assessor . 



2 years from Aug. 12, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 21, 1892. 



POSEY COUNTY. 



John Walz ... 
Holman Freeman 
John Doyle . . . . 
George W. Sarlls . 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Aug. 30, 1893. 
2 years from Aug. 30, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 11, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 11, 1892. 



PULA8KI COUNTY. 



William Buehrle . . . 
Lamson E. N'cKinsey 
Oliver F. McCay . . . 
John J. Thomas . . . 
Charles Wait . . 
Charles O'Rourke . . 



Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner 
Surveyor 
Assessor . 



2 years from Sept. 6, 1893. 
4 years from May 25, 1893. 
2 years from Aug. 27, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 16, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 16, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



PUTNAM COUNTY. 



F.M.Glidewell . . . 
George W. Hughes . 
ThomiiS W. MeNeff . 
James F. O'Brien . . 
William Broadstreet 



Sheriff. . 
Treasurer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 
Assessor . 



2 years from Nov. 21 , 1892. 
2 years from Sept. 7, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 21, 1892. 
2 years from Nov 21, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



"Andrew Anderson failed to qualify and David W. florton was commissioned December 
19, 1892, to fill vacancy. ) 



299 
COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

EANDOLPH COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Term Expires. 


Alonzo L. Nichols 

Matthew H. Rubey 

Perry Leavill 


Clerk 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff 

Coroner 

Surveyor. 


4 years from Aug. 22, 1893. 
2 years from ■^ept. 8, 1893. 
4 years from Nov. 18, 1892. 




2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 




2 years from Nov. U, 1892. 


Miles C. Cable 


2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 







RIPLEY COUNTY. 



Absolom J. Brooks 
Christian Luhring , 
William Johnson. 
James W. Lemon 
Reeee C. Townsend 
James B. Wright . 
S. B. Daubenheyer 



Clerk . . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 
Assessor. 



4 years from April 10, 189.3. 
2 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 
4 years from April 10, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 1,5. 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 8, 1892. 
2yeiirsfrom Nov. 15, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



RUSH COUNTY. 



Thomas M. Green 

Cyrus F. Mullin 


Clerk 

Auditor . , . 

Treasurer 

^heriff 

Cor mer . . .... 

Surveyor . . 


4 years from Oec. 
4 years from Nov. 
2 years from Jhu. 
2 years f'-om Aug 
2 years from Aug 
2 years from Nov. 


1, 1892. 
30. 1892. 


Thomas A. Jones 

Benjamin L McParlan 

Frank G. Hackleman 

Alonzo L. Stewart 


1. 1893. 
25, 1893. 
25, 1893. 
13, 1892. 



SCOTT COUNTY. 



Mark Storen . . . . 

Hugh ''olvin . . . . 

Wade Bailey . . . . 

Alexander Hough. . 
Andrew L. Blackall 

Levi E. Keith . . . . 

Trevanion Boyd . . 



Clerk . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
SheriflF . . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 
Assessor . 



4 ye rs from March 19, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 23, 1H92. 
2 yenTS from Nov. 17, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 
•4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



SHELBY COUNTY. 



Henry Meer. . . . 
John Burk . . . . 
Clarence R. Bruce 
William M.Pruitt 
Frank Connor . . 



Treasurer 
Sheriff . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 

Assessor . 



2 years from Sept. 13, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1^92. 
2 years from ^Jov. 13, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



SPENCER COUNTY. 



John Baumgaertner 
John r. McKenney . 
Robert W.May . . 
Shepard W. Nunn . 
William R. Beeler . 
Frark F.Gribbon . 
Bartly Inco 



Clerk . 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff . 

Coroner 

Surveyor 

Assessor 



4 years from Feb. 27, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 10, 1^92. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 
2 years from Aug. 28, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



300 
COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

8TARKE COUNTY. 



COUNTY. 




When Term Expires. 



August H. Knosman 
Oratio D. Fuller . . 
Jacob Vanderweele 
Mark K. Wright . . 
John W. Good . . 
Albert C. Wolfram . 



Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 
Assessor. 



4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 21, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 21, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 15, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 21, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



ST. JOSEPH COUNTY. 



Simon Yenn .... 
Andrew J. Ward . . 
Dr. J as. A. Vari'ir 
William E. Uraves . 
Williiim D. llookhill 



Treasurer 

Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 
Assessor 



2 years from Nov. 29, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 21, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 21, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 21, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



STEUBEN COUNTY. 



Lorenzo Taylor . . . 
Thomas E. Legg 
William E. Sherron 
Frank Noyes . . . . 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Sept. 5, 189S. 
2 years from Sept. 10, 1893. 
2 years from Nov, 10, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 10, 1892. 



SULLIVAN COUNTY. 



Jonathan Scott . . . 
William E.Mills. . . ■ 
William P. Maxwoll . . 
Frank M. Oimningham 
James P. Wilkey . . 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner 

Surveyor 
Assessor . 



2 yenrs from Aug. 9, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1S92. 
2 years trom Nov. 18, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



SWITZERLAND COUNTY. 



Joseph D. Froman . . 

David Dyur 

Benjamin L. Simmons 
John W. Neal . . . 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 years 'rom Nov. 1:^, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, I892.-''" 
2 years Irom Nov. 13, 1892. 



TIPPECANOE COUNTY. 



llenrv A. Miller . . . 
William A.'iladdi.s 
1' dward C Davidson 
John W. Fowcll . . 
Charles F. llirnhardt 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 
Assessor 



2 years from Aug. 2, 18'»3. 
2 years from Aug. 25, 189:-!. 
2 yea;s from N.iv.lrt, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



'■•■■ Benjamin L. Simmons resigned, and Ini Banti was oommissiomd June 14, 1894, for 
unexpired term. 



301 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 
TIPTON COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Teem Expires. 


George W. Myerly 


Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff 


2 years from A ug. 18, 1893. 
4 years from Nov. 21, 1892. 


Morgan Wright 


2 years from Nov. 23, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1892. 


James L. Romaek 


Suryeyor 


2 years from Nov. 18, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892, 







UNION COUNTY. 



George W. S. Eaton . 

Marion Davis 

Henry H. Moore . . . 
Leander W. Freeman 
Harrison C. Connaway 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner 
Surveyor 

Assessor. 



2 years from Sept. 7, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 11, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 11, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 11, 1892.' 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



VANDERBUKGH COUNTY. 



Charles F. Boepple 

James F. Saunders 

Andrew C. Richardt 

Charles C. Genung 

Charles P. Beard 


Clerk 

Treasurer 

Sheriff 

Surveyor . 

Coroner 

Assessor 


4 years from Nov 
2 years from Oct. 
2 years from Nov. 
2 years from Nov 
2 years from Dec. 
4 years from Nov 


10, 1892, 
1, 1893. 

13, 1892. 

13, 1892. 
5, 1892._ 

16, 1892. 







VERMILLION COUNTY. 



William M. Hamilton 
Peter Aikmaa . . . . 
Josephus C. Uillow . . 
Thomas Brindley . . . 
Robert A. Parrett . . 
Melville B. Carter . . 



Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 
As.sessor . 



4 years from Nov. 18, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 23, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 23, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 years (rom Nov. 13, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



VIGO COUNTY. 



John L.Walsh . . 
James W. .'■tout. . 
William R. Mattox 
Ralph H. Sparks 



Treasurer 1 2 years from Aug. 21, 1893. 

Sheriff I 2 years from .N ov. 18, 1892. 

Coroner 2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 

Surveyor I 2 years from Nov. 18, 1892, 



Charles W.Hoff j Assessor i 4 years Irom Nov. 17, 1892. 



WABASH COUNTY. 



John C- Summfrland 
OtCi'Tge A. Wellman . 
William T. Williams . 
Alonzf) M. Gib-on . . 
J. Keyes Connt r . . . 
Aaron Singer 



Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff. 

Coroner . 

!-'urveyor 

Assessor. 



2year? frxim Sept. 5,1893. 
4 years from Nov. 26, 1892. 
2 years from Aug. 27, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 15, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. i:-!, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



'•■•Leander W. Freeman resigned, and William E. Morris was commissioned Deeen ber 14, 
1892, for imfxpi-red term. He resigned, and Moses E. Kariden was commissioned June 25, 
1894, to serve the unexpired term. 



302 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

WARREN COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OP OFFICE. 


When Term Expires. 


Peter W.Fleming 

D. Clinton Boggs 

Thomas C. Powell 

Warren U. Yeagy 

William P. Carmiehael . . . 


Treasurer 

Recorder 

SheriflF 

Coroner 

Surveyor 


2 years from Aug. 21, 1893. 
i years trom Nov. 12, 1892. 
2 years fr.m Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
2 years trom Nov. 13, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 









WARRICK COUNTY. 



Isham F. Masters . 
William L. Scales 
John J. Lutz . . 
William Meyer . . 



Treasurer 
SheriflF. 
Coroner 
Surveyor 



2 years from Nov. 11, 1892. 
2 years from Au? 30, 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 8.1892. 
2 years from Jan. 19, 1893. 



WASHINGTON COUNTY. 



Thomas B. Cauble . . 
John W. Underwood . 
William J. Purkhiser 
Williaji C. McCoskey 
Daaiel Simpson . . . 



Treasurer 

SheriflF. . 

Coroner 

Surveyor 

Assessor . 



2 years from Sept 21,1893. 
2 years from Nov. 6, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 
4 years trom Nov. 17, 1892. 



WAYNE COUNTY. 



William P. Cook . 
Albert G. Oeborn 
•Joseph M. Bulla . 
Robert A. Howard 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Nov. 15, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 1% 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1»<92. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 



WELLS COUNTY. 



William Cover . . . 
tJeorge W. HuflFman 
William W.McBride 
William A. Kunkel . 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from D^c. 15, 1892. 
2 years from Aug. 27, 1893. 
2 years from Dec 13, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 



WHITE COUNTY 



Morris J. Holtzman 
Julius W. Paul . . 
Robert F. Dobbins 
William B . Samp.=on 
Robert A. Lawrie . . 



Auditor . 
Trea.surer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



4 years from March 1, 1893. 
2 years trom Sept 12. 1893. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 
2 years trom '^ov. 14, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1892. 



WHITLEY COUNTY. 



John Gross ■ • 
John W.McNabb . 
Chnrles S. Williams 
Arvillus N. Miller 
Jacob A. Baker . . . 



Trensurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner 
Surveyor 
Assessor . 



2 years from Nov. 12, 1892. 
2 years trom Nov. 19, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1892. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1892. 



303 
COUNTY OFFICERS ELECTED NOVEMBER 6, 1894. 

ADAMS COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Teem Expires. 




Cle k . . , 


November 1, 1899 


William H. H. France 

Daniel P. Bolds 


Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 












November 1, 1899. 
Septembers, 1897, 


Harvey H. Harruff 

Peter P. Ashbaucher 

Charles I. Cleark 

William E. Fulk 


Oetober 5, 1899. 
November 12, 1896. 
NoTember 12, 1896. 
November 12, 1896. 



ALLEN COUNTY. 



Henry M. Metzger . . , 
Clarence W.Edsall , . , 
Levris Caes Hunter . . , 
Wm. A. Reichelderfer . 
Edvyard F. Clausmeier , 

Morse Harrod , 

Charles W. Branstrator 



Clerk . . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 15, 1898. 
November 15, 1898. 
Septembers, 1897. 
June 15, 1900. 
November 13, 1896. 
November 12, 1897. 
November 12, 1896. 



BAETHOLOMEW COUNTY. 



George Werner . . 
Isaiah B. Barrett . 
John Walker . . . 
Wm. H. Butler . . 
Vincent Thompson 
Alfred Rice ... 
William Rights . . 



Clerk . . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 1, 1899. 
November 1,1899. 
August 1,1897. 
November 1, 1899. 
November 14, 1896. 
November 14, 1896. 
November 14, 1896. 



BENTON COUNTY. 



Alonzo D. Sleeper 
James D. Smyth . 
James Kirtley . . 
Charles (t. Mauzy. 
Allen W.Wells 
Joseph S. Vannatta 



Clerk . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Sheriff . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 20, 1898. 
November 4, 1900. 
August 15, 1897. 
November 20, 1896. 
November 20, 1896. 
November 20, 1896. 



BLACKFOKD COUNTY. 



Joseph A. Painter 
John «. Wood . . 
Jesse Bugh . . . . 
John W. Sage . . . 
George Fulton . . 



Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 18, 1898. 
November 18, 1896. 
August 24, 1897. 
November 18, 1896. 
November 18, 1896. 



BOONE COUNTY. 



Oliver P. Worley . 
Samuel C. Clay . . 
David W. Osborn . 
James M. Dye. 
Alexander Hull , . 
Abram 0. Miller . 
John W. Fulwider 



Clerk . . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



October 27, 1900. 
March 11, 1899. 
September 4, 1897. 
November 13, 1898. 
November 13, 1896. 
November 13, 1896. 
November 13, 1896. 



304 
COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

BEOWN COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Term Expires. 


Commodore P. Hanna 

Benjamin P.Smith 


Clerk 

Auditor 

Treasurer 

Sheriff 

Coroner 

Surveyor 


November 1, 1899. 
March 4, 1899. 
September 2, 1897. 




November lo, 1896. 


Alfred Ralphy 

Alfred T.(iee 


November 13, 1896. 
November 13, 1896. 



CARROLL COUNTY. 



Allen M. Eldridge 
..James U. Smock . 
Joseph L. Harter . 
Joseph L.Barnard 
Lewis Jord tn . . . 
James 0. Obear . . 



Clerk . . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Sheriff. 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



November 18, 1898. 
November 1, 1899. 
November 18, 1896. 
November 18, 1896. 
November 13, 18%. 
November 18, 1S96. 



CASS COUNTY. 



. Josiah G. Powell . . . 

Benjamin F. Keesling 
.Jacob W. Wright . . . 

Isaiah A. Adams . . . 

Jasper A. Downey . . 

Albert B.Dodd . . . . 



Auditor . 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff. . 

Coroner 

Surveyor 



November 11, 1898, 
November 11.1896. 
August 18, 1899. 
August 21. 1897. 
November 11, 1896. 
November 11, 1896. 



CLARK COUNTY. 



William Goodwin 
Herman H. Heaton 
Leroy a. Canter ■ . 
Benjamin J. Ferguson 
Joseph J. Ilawes . . . 
Edwin M. Coots . . 
John F. Crum . 



Clerk 

Auditor 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sherift . 

<'oroner . 

Surveyor 



February 24, 1900. 
November 1, 1899. 
November 12, 1896. 
November 6, 18^8. 
August 22, 1897. 
November 12, 1896. 
November 15. 1896. 



CLAY COUNTY. 



Thomas Phillips . 
Wm. H. Cutshall . 
John R. Pavne 
Wm.H.Giff.rd . 
Oscar 0. Vanc^eve 



Auditor 
Treasurer 
Sheriff . 
C'lroner . 
Surveyor 



November 16, 189?. 
September 3, 1897. 
September 20, 1K96. 
Septem 'er 20. 1896. 
September 20, 1896. 



CLINTON COUNTY. 



Richard C. Clark . 
Emanuel Burget 
John W. McKinney 
Smith B Allen . . 
Oscar W. Edmonds 
Charles E. Boulden. 



Clerk 
Auditor 
Tren surer 
Sheriff . 
Coroner 
Surveyor 



November 1. 1899. 
November 14, 1898. 
November 14. 1896. 
November 14, lHi-6. 
November 14, 1896. 
November 14, 1896. 



305 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

CRAWFORD COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Teem Expires. 


Richard F Clark 


(jlerk 


November 2, 1899. 






November 2, 1900. 


Franklin P. Watts 

Walter Ballard 


Treasurer 

Sheriff 


December 1, 1896. 
November 15, 1896. 


George M. D. Key 




November 15, 1896. 


Surveyor 


November 15, 1896. 









DAVIESS COUNTY. 



Thomas D. Slimp 
Robert Russell . . 
Henry Aikman . . 
Francis G. Lutes . 
John tt. Lemiog . 
Charles C. McCown 
Edward C. Faith . 



Clerk . . 

Auditor 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff . 

Coroner 

Surveyor 



March 10, 1900. 
November 1, 1899. 
August 5, 1897. 
April 15, 1899. 
August 25, 1807. 
August 25, 1897. 
November 12, 1896. 



DEARBORN COUNTY. 



David Lastutter 
Ambrose B. Nowlin 
Williiui C. Wulber. 
George W. Turner . 
Henry Bulthaup . . 
Albert D. Jackson . 
Albert T. Gridley . 



Clerk . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 18, 1898. 
November 1, 1899. 
November 22, 1896. 
November 1,1899. 
November 18, 1S96. 
November 18, 1896. 
November 22, 1896. 



DECATUR COUNTY. 





Clerk . . . 


November 1, 1899 


Coleman T. Pleak 




November 17, 1899. 


John P. Thomas 


Treasurer 

Reeorder 

Sheriff 

Coroner 

Surveyor 


August 5, 1897. 
November 1, 1899 




Taylor F. Meek 


November 28, 1896 


George W. Randall 

Henry C. Doles 


November 15, 1896. 
November 15, 1896. 



DEKALB COUNTY. 



Mich4el F. Long 




Clerk 

Auditor 

Treasurer 

Reeorder 

-heriff 

Coroner 

Surveyor , 


October 25, 1900. 


Frank A. Borst . 




November 14, 1898 


David W. Fair 


November 13, 1896. 


Milton C. Jones 




November 2, 1900. 


flenry P. Stroh . 




November It, 1896. 


Vincent C Bronson 

Calvin E. Van Auken 


November 14, 1896. 
November 14, 1896. 



John E. Reed . . . 
Robert W. Monroe 
David A. Lambert 
Reuben Thompson 
William P. :Sherry 
Joseph F. Bowers 
Oliver W. Storer . 



Clerk . 

Auditor 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

>heriff . 

Coroner . 

Surveyor 



August 22. 1899. 
November 13, 1898. 
August 8, 1896. 
.November 13. 1898. 
Augu>t26, 1897. 
November 13, 1896. 
November 13, 1896. 



2C — Sec. op State. 



306 
COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

DUBOIS COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Term Expikes. 




Clerk 


November 8, 1898. 


August H. Koerner 

Edward A. Bohnert 

Phillip Dilly 


Auditor 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff 

Coroner 

Surveyor 


November 1, 1899. 
November 21, 1896. 
November 21, 1898. 




November 21, 1896. 


Orville A. Bigham 


November 25, 1896. 


William T.Young 


November 25, 1896. 







ELKHART COUNTY. 



George H. Fister . 
E. L.D.Foster . 
Wm. H. Holdeman 
CM. Immell . . 
Hiram F. Kidder 
Martin K. Kreider 
J.D.Lowell . . . 



Clerk . . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coron.er . 
Surveyor 



November 
November 
January 9, 
November 
November 
November 
November 



18, 1898. 

1, 1899. 
1897. 

1,1899, 
18, 1896. 
18, 1896. 
18, 1896. 



FAYETTE COUNTY. 



Miles K.Mnffett . . . 
Homer M. Broaddus 
Benjamin F. Thiebaud 
Jacob Ridge .... 
Charles S. Lewis . . 
Lymin Cooley . . 
Ray Williams 



Clerk . . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 13, 1898. 
November 1, 1899. 
September 3, 1897. 
October 28, 1900. 
November 13, 1896. 
November 13, 1896. 
November 13, 1896. 



FLOYD COUNTY. 



Frederick Sauer . . . 
Harry VV. Vance . . . 
Martin VanMallory . 
James A. Sappenfield 
Jacob H. Strack . . 
William L. Starr . . . 
Edward B. Coolman . 



Clerk . . 

Auditor . 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff. 

Coroner - 

Surveyor 



November 
November 
September 
November 
November 
November 
November 



8, 1898. 

],1S99. 

8, 1897. 
13, 1898. 
13. 1896. 
13, 1896. 
12, 1896. 



FOUNTAIN COUNTY. 



Hiram C. Wyand 
Charles F. Stuart 
Harry C. Martin . 
James T. Bell. . . 
Ambrose Moore . . 
Benjamin F. Youn; 
Allen Boggs . . . 



Clerk . . 

Auditor . 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff . 

Coroner 

Surveyor 



November 29, 1898. 
November 13. 1898. 
August 16, 1897. 
November 13, 1898. 
November 14, 1896. 
November 8, 1896. 
November 14, 1896. 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. 



Rir-h«rd S.Taylor 

(i. Ray King 


Clerk 


February 14, 1900. 
March 5, 1899. 


Robert D. Templeton 

John Roemer ... 

George E. Squier .... .... 

Thomas W. Lawrence 


Treasurer 

Sheriff 

Coroner 

Surveyor 


November 14, 1896. 
November 14, 1896. 
November 14, 1896. 
November 14, 1896. 



307 
COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

FULTON COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Teem Expires. 




Clerk 

Auditor 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff 


November 13, 1898. 


John Kessler 


March 4, 1899. 
September 5, 1897. 


George K. Brundige 


November 1, 1899. 
November 13, 1896. 




Coroner 

Surveyor 


November 13, 1896. 




March 4, 1897. 







GIBSON COUNTY. 





Clerk 


November 11, 1898. 






October 26, 1900. 


Robert F.iMcConnell 

Thomas A. Walters 

John W. Trible 


Trea.'urer 

Recorder 

Sheriff. . . .... 

Coroner 

Surveyor 


September 7, 1897. 
November 11, 1898. 
November 11, 1896. 


William C. Lawrence 

Garrard M. Bmmerson 


November 11, 1896. 
November 11, 1896. 



GRANT COUNTY. 



Evan H. Fen el . . . 
John Wilson 
William E. Heal 
Ashael C. Alexander 
Henry J. Work . . 
William S. Freel . 



Clerk . . 

Auditor 

Trea.-urer 

Sheriff . 

Coroner 

Surveyor 



November 14, 1898. 
November 1, 1899. 
August 2, 1897. 
November 10, 1896. 
November 13, 1896. 
November 13, 1896. 



GREENE COUNTY. 



John W. Graham . 


Clerk 

Auditor 

Treasurer 

Recorder . 

Sheriff 

Coroner 

Surveyor 


November 13, 1898. 
November 13,18-8. 


Noah Brown 


September 7, 1897. 




November 1,1899. 


John H. Johnson . . . ... 

John H. Gheen 

E. Fide Cox 


November 13, 1896. 
November 13, 1896. 
Novembf-r 13, 1896. 







HAMILTON COUNTY. 



C. B. Williams 

George M. Scott . . . , 
Robert G. Lucas ... 
Franklin Thacker . , , 
Harrison W. Millikan , 
William F. Cottingham 



Clerk . . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 1,1899. 
September 7, 1897. 
November 16, 1898. 
November 16. 1896. 
November 16, 1896. 
November 16, 1896. 



HANCOCK COUNTY. 



Andrew V. B. Sample 

Lawrence Biring 


Clerk . ... 


November 16, 1898. 


Auditor 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff 


November 2, 1899. 


George W. Ham 

James Thomas . 


November 16, 1896. 
November 16, 1898. 


William H. Pauley 


November 16, 1896 


John H. Justice 


Coroner 

Surveyor 


November 16. 18y6. 


Wm.J.Cleary 


November 16, 1*96, 



308 
COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

HARRISON COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Teem Expires. 


Thomas S. Getzendanner 

John W. Marshall 

Edward S. Tuell 

William W. Blake 


Auditor 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff 


November 12, 1898. 
September 15, 1897. 
November 19, 1899. 
November 7, 1896 


William Windell 




November 12, 1896 


William M. Churchill 


Surveyor 


November 21, 1896! 



HENDRICKS COUNTY. 



Melville C. Masters 
William H.Nichols 
Perry R.Tulley. , 
William L. Wilson 
John T. Bell . . . , 
0. H.Barnhill . . 
John W. Trotter . 



Clerk . . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



July 26, 1900. 
November 1, 1899. 
September 7, 1897. 
November 13, 1898. 
November 13, 1896. 
November 6, 1896. 
November 6, 1836. 



HENRY COUNTY. 



Loring A. Williams 
Richmond Wisehart 
John A. Cook .... 

Daniel Ntff 

George W. Tompkins 
Lewis Foutz .... 
Omar B. Minesinger 



Clerk . . 

Auditor 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff. . 

Coroner . 

Surveyor 



October 29, 1900. 
Auguit 1,1899. 
Augusts, 1897. 
October 31, 19C0. 
August 23, 1897 
November 13, 1896. 
November 13, 1896. 



HOWARD COUNTY. 



Horace M. Cooper . . 
Milton Garrigus 
Charles -v . Styer . . . 
Patrick F Fitz . . . . 
William H. Sumpiiun 
James H. Arnett. Jr . 
Ellsworh Hunt . . . 



Clerk . . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 1,1899. 
March 1, 1900. 
November 1^, 1896. 
November 1, 1899. 
November 18, 1896. 
November 18. 189^. 
November IS, 1896. 



HUNTINGT«)N COUNTY. 



Wm.P. Moffett . . 


Clerk 


April 16, 1899. 
Novemb r 1. 1899 


J>cob W John ... 


Treasurer 

Reeor'ier 

Sheriff 


November 13 1896 


Wm. r. Bh.ciburn 


April IH, I89i3. 
November 13, 1896 






November 13, 1896. 




Surveyor 


November 13, 1896. 







JACKSON COUNTY. 



Byford E Long . . 
John H. Hiirment 
Geo. A. Robertson 
OscMr S. BrooMe 
Ewins Siilwell 
James H. .Scntt 
Jame.s W . NVayman 



Clerk 
Auditor . 
Treiifurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



February 24, 19C0. 
October 2-5, 1900. 
August 15, 1897. 
i\ovember6, 1»98. 
November 13, 1896. 
November 1.3, 1896. 
November 13, 1896. 



309 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 
JASPER COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Term Expires. 




Clerk 


May 1,1900. 




November 1, 1899. 


Jesse C. Gwin . 

Charles W- Hanley 


Treasurer 

Sheriff 


August 12, 1897. 
November 21, 1896. 


Truitt P. Wright 

John B. Alter 


Coroner ... 

Surveyor 


November 24, 1896. 
November 21, 1896. 



JAY COUNTY. 



Edward V.Fitzpatrick 
Elkanah C. Manor . . 
Frederick Martin . . . 
Levi L. Uilpin .... 

John English 

J"ames K. White . . . 
Albert J. Frost .... 



Clerk . . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 1, 1899. 
November 1, 1899. 
November 14, 1896. 
November 1, 1899. 
November 14, 1896. 
November 14, 1896. 
November 14, 1896. 



JEFFERSON COUNTY. 



Gamaliel S Taylor . 
Geo. T. Mayfield . . 
Thomas MclSutt . . 
Christain J. Kohl . 
Thomas W. Forshee 
James H. Smith. -Jr , 



Auditor 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sher fi". . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 16, 1898. 
November 6, 1896. 
November 13, 1898. 
August 20, 1897. 
November 14, 1896. 
November 13, 1896. 



JENNINGS COUNTY. 



Thomas W. Russell. 
Henry Hinchman . . 
John H. Trapp . . 
Samuel M. Chaille . 
Jacob G. Cox ... 
Charles W. Neiles . 
Harvey M. Bradford 



Clerk . . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 13, 1S98 
November 13, 1898 
November 6, 1896 
November 13, 1898 
November 13, 189R 
November 13, 1896 
November 13, 1896 



JOHNSON County. 



Charles Byfield 

David A. Forsyth 

Wiliam H, Breeding 


Clerk 

Auditor 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff 


November 1, 1899, 
November n, 1899. 
November 21, 1896. 
November 15, 1898. 
November 13, 1896. 
November 15, 1896. 
November 15, 1896. 




John C. Weddle 




Jarues T. Jones 




Wilson T. Hougham, Jr 


Surveyor 





KNOX county. 



Anthony M. Yelton 


Clerk 


February 24, 1900. 




William T. Mc lure 

Robirt B. Paiterson 

John L. Buckles 

Patrick H. Can-v 


Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheiiff 


November 6, 'S9ii. 
November 1, 1899. 
Nov<mber2-'., 1896. 
November 6. 1S96. 
November 6, 1896. 




Joseph V. Hershey 


Surveyor 





310 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 
KOSCIUSKO COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Teem Expikks. 


Oren J. Chandler 

David H.Lessig. ... 

Nichola."? P. Conk 


Clerk 

Auditor 


November 1,1899. 
November 1,1899. 
November 14, 1896. 




Recorder 

Sheriff 


November 14, 1898. 


Heniy M. Stoner 


November 14, 1896. 




November 14, 1896 


Henry E. Kinsey 


Surveyor 


November 14, 1896. 



LAGRANGE COUNTY. 



Clarence C Gilhams 
Charles A. McCally. 
Charles R Allison 
Frank A. Benham 
George A. Eagleton 



Auditor 
Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



November 13, 1898. 
September 6, 1897. 
November 19, 1896. 
November 13, 1896. 
November 13, 1896. 



LAKE COUNTY. 



George M. Eder. . 
John \V. Dyer 
Benjamin T. Hayes 
Richard C. Mackey 
George W. Fisher. 



Clerk . . 
Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner 
Surveyor. 



November 1, 1899. 
August 29, 1897. 
November 15, 1896. 
September 16, 1897. 
November 15, 1896. 



LAPORTE COUNTY. 



Francis H Doran. 
Henry A, Schwager, 
Eli R. Hart . . 
Phineas 0. Small . 
Robert B Short. . 
Robert Ausley. 



Auditor 
Treasurer 
Recorder. 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



November 13. 1898. 
November 15,1897. 
April 14, 1900. 
November 13, 1896. 
November 13, 1896. 
November 13, 1896. 



LAWRENCE COUNTY. 



John B. Malott . 
Thomas 0. Daggy. 
George W. Holmes 
Charles B. Rnriden, 
Henry Mclntire. . 



Auditor . 
Trensurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



December 16, 1898. 
November 22, 1896. 
Ftfbruary 11, 1897. 
November 16, 1896. 
November 16, 1896. 



MADISON COUNTY. 



Edmund .John=on. . 
William N. Heath . 
Cyretius F. Heritage. 
M. U. Hirmon . . . 
John Starr .... 
Samuel C. '•'ells . . . 
Morton H. Downey . 



Clerk . . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder. 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



November 18, 1898. 
November 1, 18y9. 
August 15, 1897. 
November 18, 1R98. 
Noverabor 18, 1X96. 
November 12, 1896. 
December 10, 1896. 



311 
COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

MAKION COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Term Expire 




Clerk 

Auditor 

Treasurer 

Sheriff 

Coroner 

Surveyor 

Recorder 


November 10, 189S. 


Harry B Smith 


November 2, 1899. 


William H. Schmidt 

Albert A. Womack 


September 4, 1897. 
December 9, 1896. 
November 15, 1896. 


John V. Coyner 

William E. Shilling 


November 15, 1898. 
November 14, 1898. . 



MARSHALL COUNTY. 



John W. AVillfong 


Clerk 

Auditor 

Treasurer 

Sheriff 


November 1, 1899. 


Oscar R. Porter 


March 11, 1899 
August 10, 1897. 


David C. Smith 


November 19, 1896. 
November 20, 1896. 




Surveyor 


November 11, 1896. 







MARTIN COUNTY. 



George W. Gates . . 
George Fields . . . 
Samue! 0. Gray . . 
Joseph Cannon . 
Alexander Luzidder 
John T. Stapleton . 



Clerk . . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



March 20, 1899. 
November 13, 1896. 
October 25, 1900. 
November 13, 1896. 
November 13, 1896. 
November 13, 1896. 



MIAMI COUNTY. 



Charles R. Hughes . . . 
Michael Bappert . 
William H. Zimmerman 
Eli J. Jamison . . 
Thomas McKinstry . . 
Nathan 0. Ross. Jr . . . 
Noah W. Trissal . 



Clerk . . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



June 6, 1899. 
November 16. 1898. 
August 30, 1897. 
June 6, 1899. 
November 16, 1896. 
November 16, 1896. 
November 16, 1896. 



MONROE COUNTY. 



John T.Woodward 

Joseph S. Woodward . . ... 
James W. Jackson 


Clerk 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff . . ... 
Coroner 


November 15, 1898. 
September 7, 1897. 
November l3, 1898. 
November 13, 1896. 


Joseph M. Rogers 


November 13, 1896. 


Henry Henley .... 


Surveyor 


November 13, 1896. 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 



William M. White . . 
William Johnson . . 
Charles B. Davis . . . 
Paul J. Barcus . . . 
Harvey B. Wynekoop 



Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Sheriff . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 1,1899. 
September 1.1897. 
August 22, 1897. 
November 14, 1896. 
November 14, 1896. 



312 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 
MORGAN COUNTY. 



NAME. 



NATURE OF OFFICE. 



When Term Expires. 



William A. Coiner 
Jacob M. Julian . 
Louis S. Kf^lley 
Uriah H. Hinson . 
Frank A. Williams 
Curtis G.H.Goss 



Clerk . . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



November 14, 1898. 
December 17, 1898. 
May 31, 1898. 
December 16, 1896. 
November 14, 1896. 
November 14, 1896. 



NEWTON COUNTY. 



Ira H. Drake .... 
Schuyler C. Jones. . 
Alfred B. Jenkins . 
William L. Graves . 
Samuel R. Robinson 
Barnett Hawkins . . 



Clerk . . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner 
Surveyor. 



April 11, 1900. 
April 11, 1900. 
November 13, 1896. 
November 13, 1896. 
November 13, 1896. 
November 15, 1896. 



NOBLE COUNTY. 





Clerk 


October 31, 1900. 






November 19, 1898. 


Thomas M. Reed 


Treasurer 

Sheriff 

Coroner . ' . . 

Surveyor 


August 14, 1897. 


Christopher C. Simon . 

William K.Mitchell 

Fred B. Moore 


January 8. 1897. 
November 21, 1896. 
November 21, 1896. 



OHIO COUNTY. 



William H. Johnson 

Robert C.Nelsoa . . 

Martin L. Harris . . 

Scott Thompson . . 

Ellsworth Collins . . 

Henry C. Lemmon . 

James Wescott . . . 



Clerk . . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



October 31, 1900. 
November 1,1899. 
August 10, 1897. 
November 18, 1898. 
November 18, 1896. 
November 18, 1896. 
November 18, 1896. 



OEANGE COUNTY. 



John A. Lingle .... 
Samuel S. Mcintosh . 
Benjamin F. Speer . . 
Jonathan V. Rominger 
John H.Wilson. . . . 
Loyd Kimmel 



Clerk . . 
Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 
Recorder 



November 14, 1898. 
November 14, 1896. 
November 14, 1896. 
November 14, 1896. 
November 14. 1896. 
October 26. 1900. 



OWEN COUNTY. 



Parks M. Martin 

Joseph B. Worktoan 

Robert W. M.Triin 


Clerk 

Auditor 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff 


November 18. 1898. 
November 1, 1899. 
Septembers, 1897. 


Sylvester K. A'lkius 


November 10, 1898. 
November 18, 1896. 




Coroner 

Surveyor 


November 18, 1896. 




November 10, 1896. 







318 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 
PARKE COUNTY. 



NAME. 



NATURE OF OFFICE. 



When Term Expires. 



Ellas H. Owen 

Moses T. Kelly 

Charles E. Lambert 

William D.Mull 


Auditor 

Treasurer 

Recorder . . ..... 

Sheriff 

Coroner 

Surveyor 


November 14, 1898. 
November 14, 1896. 
November 14, 18-'8 
November 14, 189fi. 
November 12, 1896. 
November 14, 1896. 


- 


Hiram E Newlin . . . 

Claude Ott 





PERRY COUNTY. 



James A, Hargis . . 
Martin F. Casper 
Leonard L. Mitctiell 
Thomas J . Truempy 
John W. Dyer . . . 
William A. Wilson . 
Daniel R. McKim 



Clerk . . 

Auditor . 

T-easurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff. 

Coroner 

Suryeyer 



March 10, 19UU 
December 1, 1888. 
November 15, 1896, 
March 10, 1900. 
November 15, 1896. 
November 13, 1896. 
November 15, 1896. 



PIKE COUNTY. 



James W. Brumfield 

Marcus L. Woolsey 

Sylvester B^ach 

Jasper N. Kinman 

Council B. Wilder 


Clerk 


April 1,1899. 
November 17 
November 17 
November 17, 
November 17, 
November 15. 


1898. 


Treasurer 

Sheriff 


1896. 
1896. 
1896, 


David W. Horton 


Surveyor 


1896. 



PORTER COUNTY. 



Edmund L. Wilson . . 
Melvin J. Struchfield 

John Ritter 

Anton R. Gustafson . 
Heber Stoddard. . . . 
Frederick U. Ketohum 
Thomas Carver .... 



Clerk . . 

Auditor . 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff . 

Coroner 

Surveyor. 



November 1, 1899. 
November i:?. 1898. 
August 12, 1897. 
November 1, 1899. 
November 13, 1896. 
November 13, 1896. 
November 13, 1896. 



POSEY COUNTY. 



George H Wilson 
Thomas J. Johnson. 
George Louis Hoehn 
John B. Anderson . 

Paul Maier 

Henry Weisinger . . 
George W. Sariles 



Clerk . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



November 1, 18i'9. 
March 1,1899. 
August SO, 1897. 
November 1,1899. 
August 30, 1897. 
November 11, 1896. 
November 11, 1895. 



PULASKf COUNTY. 



John C. Jones. 
Joseph Riggs . . 
William Buehrle 
Oliver P. McCay 
John J. Thomas 
Charles Barker . 



Clerk . . 
Auditor 
Treasurer 
Sheriff . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 16, 1898. 
November 16, l>-98. 
September 6, 1^97. 
August 27, 1897. 
November 16, 1896. 
November 16, 1896. 



314 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

PUTNAM COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OP OFFICE. 


When Teem Expires. 


Daniel T. Darnall 

William L. Denman 

George W. Hughes 

BeIljami'^ S.Harris. 

Francis M. Glidewell 

Edward H.Kleinbub 


Clerk 

Auditor 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff 


November 21, 1898. 
November 1, 1899. 
September?, 1897. 
November 1, 1899. 
November 21, 1896. 
November 21, 1896. 


James F. O'Brien 


Surveyor 


November 21, 1896. 



EANDOLPH COUNTY. 



William A.Wiley 
Joseph C. Devass . 
David B Strahan 
Oren Coats . . 
,Taeob B. Hinshaw 



Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor . 



November 13, 1898. 
September 8, 1897. 
November 13, 1896. 
November 13, 1896. 
November 13, 1896. 



RIPLEY COUNTY. 



Robert R. White 
Grant Johnson . 
Henry Busching 
Lafayette T. Cox 
Otto Pegee . . . 



Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



RUSH COUNTY. 



March 1, 1899. 
November 17, 1896. 
November 15, 1896. 
November 8, 1896. 
November 15, 1896. 



Henry C. Hhompson . 
Ernest B. Thomas • . 
Benjamin L. McFarlan 
Frank G. Hackleman . 
Alonzo L. Stewart . . 



Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



January 1, 1897. 
August 25, 1899. 
August 25, 1897. 
August 25, 1897. 
November 13, 1896. 



SCOTT COUNTY. 



James L. Fisher . . 
Isaac A. Bridgwater 
Alexander Hougrh . 
Andrew L. Blackall 
Levi E. Keith .... 



Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 14, 1898. 
November 17, 1896. 
November 17, 1896. 
November 17, 1896. 
November 17, 1896. 



SHELBY COUNTY. 





Clerk 

Auditor 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff 


November 8, 1898. 




September 1, 1899. 


John Marshall Wilson 

Charles E. Amsden 


September 13. 1897. 
November 1,1899. 
November 13, 1896. 


William T Knapp 


November 13, 1896. 


Charles F. Webster 


Surveyor 


November 13, 1896. 



315 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 
SPENCER COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Teem Expires. 






November 20, 1899 


Henry Crowder 

Sheppard Wayne Nunn 

Stephen W. Stuteville 


Treasurer 

Sheriff 


November 10. 1896. 
August 28, 1897. 
November 18, 1896. 


Frank E. Gribbin 


Surveyor 


November 17, 1896. 



STARKE COUNTY. 



James C. Fletcher. 
Oratio D. Fuller . 
Henry See?rist. . . 
Joseph E. Harvey. 
William M. Kelley 
John W. Good. . . 



Clerk . . 
Treasurer 
Recorder. 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



November 21, 1898. 
November 21, 1896. 
November 1, 1899. 
November 21, 1896. 
November 15, 1896. 
November 21, 1896. 



ST. JOSEPH COUNTY. 



George M. Fountain . . 
George W. Loughman . 
William H. Oren .... 
Jeremiah H. Hildebrand 
James C. Eberh:irt . . . 
Richard B Dugdale . . 
George H. Leslie .... 



Clerk . . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 6, 1898. 
November 1, 1899. 
November 29, 1896. 
November I, 1899. 
November 21, 1896. 
November 21, 1896. 
November 21, 1896. 



STEUBEN COUNTY. 



John B. Parsell . . . 
James B. VVatkins . 
Lorenzo Taylor . . 
Thaddeus K. Miller. 
Fleming W.Bodley. 
Pyre H. Gunsaullus, 
Benjamin F. Ellis . 



Clerk . . 

Auditor . 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff. . 

Coroner 

Surveyor 



November 1, 1899. 
March 1, 1900. 
Septembers, 1897. 
November], 1899, 
Septembers, 1897. 
November 10, 1896. 
November 10, 1896. 



SULLIVAN COUNTY. 



W.Ed Shepherd 


Clerk 


March 28, 1900. 


James R. Riggs 


Auditor 


March 28, 1900. 


William R. Frakes 


Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff 


August 9, 1897. 


Vaehel D. Cummins 

William E.Mills 


November 11, 1898. 
November 18, 1896. 


William P. Maxwell 


November 18, 1896. 


Frank M. Cunningham 


Surveyor 


November 18, 1896. 



SWITZERLAND COUNTY. 



Edward E. Kelso 


Clerk 

Auditor 

Treasurer 

Eecorder 

Sheriff 

Coroner 

Surveyor 


November 1, 1899. 


Joseph E. Hart 


November 1, 1899. 


Joseph D. Froman 


November 13, 1896. 


John W.Barnes 


November 1, 1899. 


David Dyer .... 

Ira Banta 


November 13, 1896. 
November 13, 1866. 


Martin G. Keeney 


November 13, 1896. 



316 



COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 



TIPPECANOE COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Term Expires. 






November 18, 1898. 


David H. Flvnn 


Clerk 


November 16, 1898. 


Henry A. Miller . . 

Albert B.Yobst 


Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff . . 

Coroner 

Surveyor 


August 2, 1897. 
October 30, 1900. 


George B. King . . 


August 2.5, 1897. 
November 16, 1896 


John W. Fewell ... 


November 17, 1896. 



TIPTON COUNTY. 



Andrew T. Fielding 


Clerk 


November 18, 1898. 
Novembf-r 21. 1898. 


Martin M.Hobbs 


Treasurer 

Sheriff 


August 18, 1897. 
November 23, 1896. 


Samuel White 


William S. Renfro 


November 18, 1896. 


James L. Romack 


Survejor 


November 18, 1896. 



UNION COUNTY. 





Olerk 

Auditor 

Treasurer 

Recorder . . ... 
Sheriff 


November 1, 1899. 


Milton Maxwell . 

George W.S. Eaton ... 

Guy B. Howren 


November 1,1899. 
September 7, 1897. 
November 1, 1899. 


Marion Davis 


November 11, 1896. 




November 11, 1896. 


Moses Rariden ......... 


Surveyor . . 


November 16, 1893. 



VANDEEBUKGH COUNTY. 



Louis H. Legler . . 
Charles F. 11. Laval 
Edward H. Rasch . 
Charles G. Covert 
Charles H. Johann , 
Charles C. Gerning . 



Auditor 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff 

Coroner . 

Surveyor 



November 13, 1898. 
October 1, 1897. 
November 14, 1898. 
November 13, 1896. 
Decembers, 1896. 
November 13, 1896. 



VERMILLION COUNTY. 



John T. Lowe . . . 
Edmund B. Brown 
George H. Fisher . 
John M. Roberts . 
Robert J. Hasty. . 
Robeft A. Parrett . 



Clerk . . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



April 22, 1900. 
November 23, 1896. 
November 13, 1898. 
November 23, 1896. 
November 13, 1896. 
November 13, 1896. 



317 



COUJSTTY OFFICERS— Continued. 



VIGO COUNTY. 



David L. Watson 

James Soules .... 

Milton T. Sanford 

Charles Denny 


Clerk 

Auditor 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff 

Coroner 

Surveyor 


October 30, 1900. 
March 6, 1899. 
August 21, 18y7. 
November 1, 1899. 


John Butler 


November 18, 1896. 




November 13, 1896. 




November 18, 1896. 







WABASH COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Term Expires. 


William M. Henley 


Clerk 


November 1, 1899. 


Benjamin F. Williams 

Frank Lynn 


Auditor 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff. .... 


November 1, 1899. 
September 5, 1897. 
November 26, 1900 


John M. Crain 




August 27, 1897. 
November 15, 1896. 








Surveyor 


November 13, 1896. 







WARREN COUNTY. 



John G. McCord 
William H. Stevens 
Peter W. Fleming 
Thomas C, Powell 
Warren U. Yeagy. . 
Wilmer Gemmer . . 



Clerk . . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Sheriff . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



June 23. 1899. 
November 9, }Si 
August 22. 1897. 
August 13, 1896. 
August 13, 1896. 
August 13, 1896. 



WARRICK COUNTY. 





Clerk 


February 24, 1900. 
November 12, 1898. 
November 12, 1896. 


T.Pressley Tillman 


Auditor 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff 

Coroner 


Columbus M. Walker 

James M. Fowler 

Samuel W. Parker 


February 24, 1900. 
August 30, 1897. 
November 8, 1896. 


William H. Temme 


Surveyor . 


January 19, 1897. 



WASHINGTON COUNTY. 



John 0. Stratton . . . 

Volney T. Reid . . . . 

Mansford Coffman . . 

Cyrus R. Barrett . . . 

William B. Garriott . 

George S. Hancock . . 
William C. McCaskey 



Clerk . . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 13, 1898. 
November 13, 1898. 
September 21, 1897. 
November 13, 1898. 
November 6, 1896. 
November 17, 1896. 
November 13, 1896. 



318 



COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 



WAYNE COUNTY. 





Clerk 

Auditor 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff 


October 30, 1900. 




November 1, 1899 


William P.Cook 


November 15, 1896. 


Nathan S. Lamar 

Albert (i. Osborn 


March 18, 1900. 
November 13, 1896. 


Joseph M. Bulla 


November 13, 1896. 




Surveyor 


November 13, 1896 







WELLS COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Term Expibes. 


Robert F. Cummins 

George W. Studabaker, Jr 

Btnjamin F. Kain 


Clerk 

Auditor 

Treasurer 


November 13, 1898. 
November 1,1899. 
December 15, 1896, 
November 1, 1899. 




Sheriff 


August 27, 1897. 


William W. McBride 




December 13, 1896. 


JohnH.Trostel 


Surveyor 


November 13, 1896. 



WHITE COUNTY. 





Clerk 


July 7, 1899. 




Treasurer 

Recorder , 

Sheriff 


September 12, 1897. 


Burdbll B. Baker 


July 7, 1899. 
November 14, 1896. 






November 14, 1896. 


Robert A. Lawrie 


Surveyor 


November 13, 1896. 



WHITLEY COUNTY. 



Richard H. Maring 
Daniel W. Sanders 
William A. Qeiger 
Henry Sanders . . 
Thomas N. Hughes 
Nathan I. Kithcart 
Henry Lahm . . . 



Clerk . . . 
Auditor . . 
Treasurer . 
Recorder . 
Sheriff. . . 
Coroner . . 
Surveyor . 



November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 



1, 1899. 
14, 1898. 
12, 1896. 
1, 1899. 
19, 1896. 
14, 1896, 
14, 1896. 



DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



' Constitutions of 1816 and 1851 



STATE OF INDIANA 



AMENDMENTS 



W. K. MYERS, 

Secretary of State. 

W. S. ELLIS, 
Deputy Secretary of State. 



BY AUTHORITY. 



ORDINANCE AND CONSTITUTION OF 1816. 



ORDINANCE. 

Be it ordained by the Representatives of the people of the 
Territory of Indiana, in convention met at Corydon, on Mon- 
day the tenth day of June, in the year of our Lord eighteen 
hundred and sixteen, that we do, for ourselves and our pos- 
terity, agree, determine, declare and ordain, that we will, and 
do hereby accept the propositions of the Congress of the United 
States, as made and contained in their act of the nineteenth 
day of April, eighteen hundred and sixteen, entitled " An act 
to enable the people of the Indiana Territory to form a State 
Government, and Constitution, and for the admission of such 
State into the Union, on an equal footing' with the original 
States." 

And we do further, for ourselves and our posterity, hereby 
ratify, confirm, and establish the boundaries of the said State 
of Indiana as fixed, prescribed, laid down, and established in 
the act of Congress aforesaid ; and we do also further, for our- 
selves and our posterity, hereby agree, determine, declare and 
ordain, that each and every tract of land sold by the United 
States, lying within the said State and which shall be sold from 
and after the first day of .December next, shall be and remain 
exempt from any tax, laid by order or under any authority of 
the said State of Indiana, or by or under the authority of the 
General Assembly thereof; whether for State, County, or Town- 
ship or any other purpose whatever, for the term of five years 
from and after the day of sale of any such tract of land ; and 
we do moreover for ourselves, and our posterity, hereby de- 
clare and ordain that this ordinance and every part thereof 
shall forever be and remain irrevocable and inviolate without 



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the consent of the United States in Congress assembled, first 
had and obtained for the alteration thereof, or any part 
thereof. 

JONATHAN JENNINGS, 
June 29th, 1816. President of the Convention. 

Attest: 

William Hendricks, 
June 29th, 1816. Secretary. ' 



THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF INDIANA. 



We, the Representatives of the people of the Territory of 
Indiana, in Convention met at Corydon, on Monday the tenth 
day of June, in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and six- 
teen, and of the Independence of the United States the For- 
tieth, having the right of admission into the General Govern- 
ment, as a member of the Union, consistent with the Constitu- 
tion of the United States, the ordinance of Congress of one 
thousand seven hundred and eighty-seven, and the law of Con- 
gress, entitled "An act to enable the people of the Indiana 
Territory to form a Constitution and State Government, and 
for the admission of such State into the Union, on an equal 
footing with the original States" in order to establish justice, 
promote the welfare and secure the blessings of liberty to 
ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish the fol- 
lowing Constitution or form of Government, and do mutually 
agree with each other to lorm ourselves into a free and inde- 
pendent State, by the name of the State of Indiana. 

ARTICLE I. 

Section 1. That the general, great and essential principles 
of liberty and free government may be recognized and unal- 
terably established ; we declare that all men are born equally 
free and independent, and have certain natural, inherent, and 
unalienable rights, among which are the enjoying and defend- 
ing life and liberty, and of acquiring, possessing and protect- 
ing property and pursuing and obtaining happiness and safety. 

Sec: 2. That all power is inherent in the people; and all 
free governments are founded on their authority, and insti- 
tuted for their peace, safety and happiness. For the advance- 



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nient of these ends, they have at all times an unalienable and 
indefeasible right to alter or reform their government in such 
manner as they may think proper. 

Sec. 3. That all men have a natural and indefeasible right 
to worship Almighty God, according to the dictates of their 
own conciences. That no man shall be compelled to attend, 
enact, or support any place of worship or to maintain any 
ministry against his consent. That no human authority can, 
in any case whatever, control or interfere with the rights of 
conscience; and' that no preference shall ever be given by law 
to any religious societies, or modes of worship ; and no relig- 
ious test shall be required as a qualification to any office of 
trust or profit. 

Sec. 4. That elections shall be free and equal. 

Sec. 5. That in all civil cases, when the value in controversy 
shall exceed the sum of twenty dollars, and in all criminal cases, 
except in petit misdemeanors, which shall be punished by fine 
only, not exceeding three dollars, in such manner as the Legis- 
lature may prescribe by law, the right of trial by jury shall 
remain inviolate. 

Sec. 6. That no power of suspending the operation of the 
laws shall be exercised, except by the Legislature, or its 
authority. 

Sec. 7. That no man's particular services shall be demanded, 
or property taken, or applied to public use, without the con- 
sent of his representatives, or without a just compensation 
being made therefore. 

Sec. 8. The rights of the people, to be secure in their per- 
sons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches, 
and seizures, shall not be violated ; and no warrant shall issue, 
but upon probable cause, supported by oath, or affirmation, and 
particularly describing the place to be searched, and the per- 
sons or things to be seized. 

Sec. 9. That the printing presses shall be free to every per-. 
son who undertakes to examine the proceedings of the Legis- 
lature, or any branch of government ; and no law shall ever be 
made to restrain the right thereof. The free communication 
of thoughts, and opinions, is one of the invaluable rights of 
man ; and every citizen may freely speak, write, and print on 
i;ny subject, being responsible for the abuse of that liberty. 



825 

Sec. 10. In prosecutions for the publication of papers in- 
Testigating the official conduct of officers, or men in a public 
capacity, or where the matter published is proper for the pub- 
lic information, the truth thereof may be given in evidence ; 
and in all indictments for libels, the jury shall have a right to 
determine the law and the facts, under the direction of the 
Court, as in other cases. 

Sec. 11. That all courts shall be open, and every person, 
for an injury done him, in his lands, goods, person, or reputa- 
tion shall have remedy by the due course of law, and right 
and justice admistered without denial or delay. 

Sec. 12. That no person arrested, or confined in jail, shall 
be treated with unnecessary rigor, or be put to answer any 
criminal charge, but by presentment, indictment or impeach- 
ment. 

Sec. 13. That in all criminal prosecutions, the accused hath 
a right to be heard by himself and counsel, to demand the na- 
ture and cause of the accusation against him, and to have a 
copy thereof; to meet the witnesses face to face, to have com- 
pulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor, and in 
prosecution by indictment or presentment a speedy public trial 
by an impartial jury of the county or district in which the 
offiBuse shall have been committed ; and shall not be compelled 
to give evidence against himself, nor shall be twice put in jeop- 
ardy for the same offisnse. 

Sec. 14. That all persons shall be bailable by sufficient sure- 
ties, unless for capital offenses, when the proof is evident, or 
the presumption great; and the privilege of the writ of habeas 
corpus shall not be suspended, unless, in case of rebellion or in- 
vasion, the public safety may require it. 

Sec. 15. Excessive bail shall not be required, excessive fines 
shall not be imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments in- 
ilicted. 

Sec. 16. All penalties shall be proportioned to the nature 
of the offense. 

Sec 17. The person of a debtor, where there is not strong 
presumption of fraud, shall not be continued in prison, after 
delivering up his estate for the benefit of his creditor or credi- 
tors, in such manner as shall be prescribed by law. 



326 

Sec. 18. No ex post facto law, nor any iaw impairing the 
validity of contracts, shall ever be made, and no conviction 
shall work corruption of blood, nor forfeiture of estate. 

Sec. 19. That the people have a right to assemble togethier 
in a peaceable manner, to consult for their common good, to 
instruct their representatives and to apply to the Legislature 
for redress of grievances. 

Sec. 20. That the people have a right to bear arms for the 
defense of themselves and the State, and that the military shall 
be kept in strict subordination to the civil power. 

Sec. 21. That no soldier shall, in time of peace, be quartered 
in any house without the consent of the owner, nor in time of 
war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law. 

' Sec. 22. That the Legislature shall not grant any title of 
nobility, or heredity distinctions, nor create any office, the 
appointment to which shall be for a longer time than good 
behavior. 

Sec. 23. That emigration from the State shall not be pro- 
hibited. 

Sec. 24. To guard against any encroachments on the rights 
herein retained, we declare that everything in this article is 
excepted out of the general powers of government, and shall 
forever remain inviolable. 

ARTICLE II. 

The powers of the government of Indiana shall be divided 
into three distinct departments, and each of them be confided 
to a separate body of magistracy, to-wit : Those which are 
Legislative to one, those which are Executive to another, and 
those which are Judiciary to another ; and no persons or col- 
lection of persons, being of one of those departments, shall 
exercise any power properly attached to either of the others, 
except in the instances herein expressly permitted. 

ARTICLE III. 

Section 1. The Legislative authority of this State shall hn 
vested in a General Assembly, which shall consist of a Senate 
and House of Representatives, both to be elected by the peo- 
ple. 



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Sec. 2, The General Assembly may, within two yeart after 
their first meeting, and shall, in the year eighteen hundred and 
twenty, and every subsequent term of five years, cause an enu- 
meration to be made of all the white male inhabitants above 
the age of twenty- one years. The number of Representatives 
shall, at the several periods of making such enumeration, be 
fixed by the General Assembly, and apportioned among the 
several counties according to the number of white male inhabi- 
tants above twenty-one years of age in each ; and shall never 
be less than twenty-five, nor greater than thirty-six, until the 
number of white male inhabitants above twenty-one years of 
age shall be twenty-two thousand; and after that event, at 
such ratio, that the whole number of Representatives shall 
never be less than thirty-six, nor exceed one hundred. 

Sec. 3. The Representatives shall be chosen annually, by 
the qualified electors of each county respectively, on the first 
Monday of August. 

Sec. 4. No person shall be a representative unless he shall 
have attained the age of twenty-one years, and shall be a 
citizen of the United States, and an inhabitant of this State, 
and shall also have resided within the limits of the county, in 
which he shall be chosen, one year next preceding his elec- 
tion, if the county shall have been so long erected, but if not, 
then within the limits of the county or counties out of which 
it shall have been ta.ken, unless he shall have been absent on 
the public business of the United States, or of this State, and 
shall have paid a State or couuty tax. 

Sec. 5. The Senators shall be chosen for three years, on the 
first Monday in August, by the qualified votes for Representa- 
tives ; and on this being convened, in consequence of the first 
election, they shall be divided by lot, from their respective 
counties, or districts, as near as can be, into three classes ; the 
seats of the Senators of the first class shall be vacated at the 
expiration of the first year; and the second class, at the expi-. 
ration of the second year ; and of the third class, at the expi- 
ration of the third year ; so that one- third thereof, as near as 
possible, may be annually chosen forever thereafter. 

Sec. 6. The number of Senators shall, at the several periods 
of making the enumeration before mentioned, be fixed by the 



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General Assembly, and apportioned among the several counties 
or districts, to be established by law, according to the number 
of white male inhabitants of the age of twenty-one years in 
each, and shall never be less than one-third, nor more than 
one-half the number of Representatives. 

Sec. 7. No person shall be a Senator, unless he shall have 
attained the age of twenty -five years, and shall be a citizen of 
the United States, and shall, next preceding the election* have 
resided two years in the State, the last twelve months of which 
in the county or district in which he may be elected, if the 
county or district shall have been so long erected, but if not, 
then within the limits of the county or counties, district or 
districts, out of which the same shall have been taken ; unless 
he shall have been absent on the public business of the United 
States, or of this State, and shall moreover have paid a State 
or county tax. 

Sec. 8. The House of Representatives, when assembled, 
shall choose a Speaker, and its other ofiEicers, and the Senate 
ihall choose its ofiicers, except the President, and each shall be 
judges of the qualifications and election of its members, and 
sit upon its own adjournments. Two-thirds of each House 
shall constitute a quorum to do business, but a smaller number 
may adjourn from day to day, and compel the attendance of 
absent members. 

Sec. 9. Each House shall keep a Journal of its proceeding!, 
and publish them. The yeas and nays of the members, on any 
question, shall, at the request of any two of them, be entered 
on the Journals. 

Sec. 10. Any one member of either House shall have liberty to 
dissent from, and protest against, any act or resolution which 
he may think injurious to the public, or any individual or indi- 
viduals, and have the reasons of his dissent entered on the 
Journals. 

Sec. 11. Each House may determine the rules of its pro- 
ceedings, puuisli its members for disorderly behavior, and, 
with the concurrence of two-thirds, expel a member, but not 
a second time for the same cause ; and shall have all other 
powers necessary for a branch of the Legislature of a free and 
independent State. 



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Sec. 12. When vacancies happen in either branch of the 
General Assembly, the Governor, or person exercising the 
power of Governor, shall issue writs of election to fill such 
vacancies. 

Sec. 13. Senators and Representatives shall, in all cases, 
except treason, felony, or breach of the peace, be privileged 
from arrest, during the session of the General Assembly, and 
in going to and returning from the same ; and for any speech 
or debate in either House, they shall not be questioned in any 
other place. 

Sec. 14. Each House may punish, by imprisonment, during 
their session, any person, not a member, who shall be guilty 
of any disrespect to the House, by any disorderly, or con- 
temptuous behavior in their presence: Pro???>/e(/, Such impris- 
onment shall not, at any one time, exceed twenty- four hours. 

Sec. 15. The doors of each House, and of committees of 
the whole, shall be kept open, except in such cases as, in the 
opinion of the House, may require secrecy. Neither House 
shall, without the consent of the other, adjourn for more than 
two days, nor to any other place than that in which the two 
Houses shall be sitting. 

Sec. 16. Bills may originate in either House, but may be 
altered, amended, or rejected by the other. 

Sec. 17. Every bill shall be read on three different days in 
each House, unless, in case of urgency, two-thirds of the 
House, where such bill may be depending, shall deem it expe- 
dient to dispense with this rule, and every bill, having passed 
both Houses, shall be signed by the President and Speaker of 
their respective Houses. 

Sec. 18. The style of the laws of this State shall be, " Be it 
enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Indiana." 

Sec. 19. All bills for raising revenue shall originate in the 
House of Representatives ; but the Senate may amend or 
reject, as in other bills. 

Sec. 20. No person, holding any office under the authority 
of the President of the United States, or this State, military 
offices excepted, shall be eligible to a seat in either branch of 
the General Assembly, unless he resign his office previous to 
his election, nor shall any member of either branch of the 



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General Assembly, during the time for which he is elected, be 
eligible to any office, the appointment of which is vested in the 
General Assembly : Provided, That nothing in this Constitu- 
tion shall be sd construed as to prevent any member of the 
first session of the first General Assembly from accepting any 
office that is created by this Constitution, or the Constitution 
of the United States, and the salaries of which are established. 

Sec. 21. No money shall be drawn from the Treasury but 
in consequence of appropriations made by law. 

Sec. 22. An accurate statement of the receipts and expendi- 
tures of the public moneys shall be attached to and published 
with the laws, at every annual session of the General Assembly. 

Sec. 23. The House of Representatives shall have the sole 
power of impeaching; but a majority of all the members elec- 
ted must concur in such impeachment. All impeachments 
shall be tried by the Senate, and when sitting for that purpose 
the Senators shall be upon oath or affirmation to do justice ac 
cording to law and evidence. No person shall be convicted 
without the concurrence of a majority of all the Senators 
elected. 

Sec. 24. The Governor, and all civil officers of the State, 
shall be removed from office, on impeachment for, and convic- 
tion of, treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemean- 
ors ; but judgment in such cases shall not extend further than 
removal from office, and disqualification to hold any office of 
honor, profit, or trust, under this State. The party, whether 
convicted or acquitted shall, nevertheless, be liable to indict- 
ment, trial, judgment and punishment according to law. 

Sec. 25. The first session of the General Assembly shall 
commence on the first Monday of November next, and forever 
after the General Assembly shall meet on the first Monday in 
December in every year, and at no other period, unless directed 
by law, or provided for by this Constitution. 

Sec. 20. No person, who hereafter may be a collector, or 
holder of public money, shall have a seat in either House of the 
General Assembly, until such person shall have accounted for 
and i)aid into tlie Treasury all sums for which he may be ac- 
countable. 



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ARTICLE IV 

Section 1. The Supreme Executive power of this State shall 
"be vested in a Governor, who shall he styled the Governor of 
the State of Indiana. 

Sec. 2. The Governor shall be chosen by the qualified elect- 
ors on the first Monday in August, at the places where they 
shall respectively vote for Representatives. The returns of 
every election for Governor shall be sealed up and trans- 
mitted to the seat of Government, directed to the Speaker of 
the House of Representatives, who shall open and publish 
them in the presence of both Houses of the General Assembly. 
The person having the highest number of votes shall he Gov- 
ernor, hut if two or more shall he equal, and highest in votes, 
one of them shall be chosen Governor by the joint vote of the 
members of hoth Houses. Contested elections shall be deter- 
mined by a committee, to he selected from both Houses of the 
General Assembly, and formed and regulated in such manner 
^s shall be directed hy law. 

Sec. 3. The Governor shall hold his ofiS.ce during three 
years, from and after the third day of the First Session of the 
General Assembly next ensuing his election, and until a suc- 
ceseor shall be chosen and qualified, and shall not be capable 
of holding it longer than six years in any term of nine years. 

Sec. 4. He shall be at least thirty years of age, and shall 
have been a citizen of the United States ten years, and have 
resided in the State five years next preceding his election; 
unless he shall have been absent on the business of the State, 
or of the United States : Provided, That this shall not dis- 
qualify any person from the office of Governor, who shall be a 
citizen of the United States, and shall have resided in the In- 
diana Territory two years next preceding the adoption of this 
Constitution. 

Sec. 5. No member of Congress, or person holding any 
office under the United States, or this State, shall exercise 
the office of Governor, or Lieutenant-Governor. 

Sec. 6. The Governor shall, at stated times, receive for his 
services a conapensation, which shall neither be increased nor 
diminished during the term for which he shall have been 
elected. 



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Sec. 7. He shall be Commander-in-Chief of the Army and 

]N"avy of this State and of the Militia thereof, except when 
they shall he called into the service of the United States, hut 
he shall not command personally in the field, unless he shall he 
advised so to do by a resolution of the General Assembly. 

Sec. 8. He shall nominate, and, by and with the advice and 
consent of the Senate, appoint and commission all oificers, the 
appointment of which is not otherwise directed by this Consti- 
tution, and all offices which may be created by the General 
Assembly shall be filled in such manner as may be directed by 
law 

Sec. 9. Vacancies that may happen in offices, the appoint- 
ment of which is vested in the Governor and Senate, or in the 
General Assembly, shall be filled by the Governor, during the 
recess of the General Assembly, by granting commissions that 
shall expire at the end of the next session. 

Sec. 10. He shall have power to remit fines and forfeitures, 
grant reprieves and pardons, except in cases of impeachments. 

Sec. 11. He may require information in writing, from the 
officers in the executive departments, upon any subject relating 
to the duties of their respective offices. 

Sec. 12. He shall, from time to time, give to the General 
Assembly information of the affairs of the State, and recom- 
mend to their consideration such measures as he shall deem ex- 
pedient. 

Sec. 13. He may, in extraordinary occasions, convene the 
General Assembly at the seat of government, or at a different 
place, if that shall have become, since their last adjournment, 
dangerous from an enemy or from contagious disorders, and in 
case of a disagreement between the two Houses with respect to 
the time of adjournment, adjourn them to such time as he shall 
think proper not beyond the time of their next annual session. 

Sec. 14. He shall take care that the laws be faithfully exe- 
cuted. 

Sec. 15. A Lieutenant-Governor shall be chosen at every 
election for Governor, in the same manner, continue in office 
for the same time, and possess the same qualificatiOES. In 
voting for Governor and Lieutenant-Governor the electors 
shall distinguish whom they vote for as Governor and whom as 
Lieutenant-Governor. 



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Sec. 16. He shall, by virtue of his office, be President of the 
Senate, have a right, when in Committee of the Whole, to de- 
bate and vote on all subjects, and, when the Senate are equally 
.divided, to give the casting vote. 

Sec. 17. In case of impeachment of the Governor, his re- 
moval from office, death, refusal to qualify, resignation, or 
absence from the State, the Lieutenant-Governor shall exercise 
all the powers and authority appertaining to the office of 
Governor until another be duly qualified, or the Governor 
absent or impeached shall return or be acquitted. 

Sec. 18. Whenever the government shall be administered 
by the Lieutenant-Governor, or he shall be unable to attend as 
President of the Senate, the Senate shall elect one of their own 
members as President for that occasion. And if, during the 
vacancy of the office of Governor, the Lieutenant-Governor 
shall be impeached, removed from office, refuse to qualify, 
resign, die, or be absent from the State, the President of the 
Senate ^ro tern, shall in like manner administer the government 
until he shall be superseded by a Governor or Lieutenant-Gov- 
ernor. The Lieutenant-Governor, while he acts as President 
of the Senate, shall receive for his services the same compensa- 
tion which shall for the same period be allowed to the Speaker 
of the House of Representatives, and no more; and during the 
time he administers the government, as Governor, shall receive 
the same compensation which the Governor would have re- 
ceived and been entitled to had he been employed in the duties 
of his office, and no more. 

Sec. 19. The President pro tempore of the Senate, during the 
time he administers the government, shall receive in like man- 
ner the same compensation which the Governor would have 
received had he been employed in the duties of his office, and 
no more. 

Sec. 20. If the Lieutenant Governor shall be called upon to 
administer the government, and shall, while in such adminis- 
tration, resign, die, or be absent from the State during the 
recess of the General Assembly, it shall be the duty of the 
Secretary of State for the time biing to convene the Senate 
for the purpose of choosing a President pro tempore. 

Sec. 21. A Secretary of State shall be chosen by the joint 
ballot of both Houses of the General Assembly, and be com- 



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missioned by the Governor for four years, or until a new Sec- 
retary be chosen and qualified. He shall keep a fair register, 
and attest all the official acts and proceedings of the Governor, 
and shall, when required, lay the same and all papers, minutes 
and vouchers relative thereto before either House of the Gen- 
eral Assembly, and shall perform such other duties as may be 
enjoined him by law. 

Sec. 22. Every bill, which shall have passed both Houses of 
the General Assembly, shall be presented to the Governor ; if 
he approves, he shall sign it ; but if not, he shall return it, with 
his objections, to the House in which it [may] have originated, 
who shall enter the objections at large upon their Journals and 
proceed to reconsider it ; if, after such reconsiderations, a major- 
ity of all the members elected to that House shall agree to pass 
the bill, it shall be sent, with the objections, to the other House, 
by which it shall likewise be reconsidered, and if approved by 
a majority of all the members elected to that House, it shall be 
a law ; but, in such cases, the votes of both Houses shall be 
determined by yeas and nays, and the names of the persons 
voting for, and against the bill, shall be entered on the 
Journals of each House respectively. If any bill shall ndt be 
returned by the Governor within five days (Sundays excepted) 
after it shall have been presented to him, it shall be a law, in 
like manner as if he had signed it ; unless the general adjourn- 
ment prevents its return, in which case it shall be a law, unless 
sent back within three days after their next meeting. 

Sec. 23. Every resolution, to which the convenience of both 
Houses may be necessary, shall be presented to the Governor, 
and before it shall take effect, be approved by him, or, being 
disapproved, shall be repassed by a majority of all the mem- 
bers elected to both Houses, according to the rules and lim- 
itations prescribed in case of a bill. 

Sec. 24. There shall be elected, by joint ballot of both 
Houses of the General Assembly, a Treasurer and Auditor, 
whose powers and duties shall be prescribed by law, and who 
shall hold their offices three years, and until their successors 
be appointed and qualified. 

Sec. 25. There shall be elected in each county, by the qual- 
ified electors thereof, one Sheriff and one Coroner, at the times 
and places of holding elections for members of the General 



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Assembly. They shall continue in office two years, and until 
successors shall be chosen and duly qualified : Provided, That 
no person shall be eligible to the office of Sheriff more than 
four years in any term of six years. 

Sec. 26. There shall be a seal of this State, which shall be 
kept by the Governor and used by him officially, and shall be 
called the Seal of the State of Indiana. 



ARTICLE V. 

Section 1. The judiciary power of the State, both as to 
matters of law and equity, shall be vested in one Supreme 
Court, in Circuit Courts, and in such other inferior courts as 
the General Assembly may from time to time direct and es- 
tablish. 

Sec. 2. The Supreme Court shall consist of three Judges, 
any two of whom shall form a quorum and shall have appel- 
late jurisdiction only, which shall be co-extensive with the 
limits of the State under such restrictions and regulations not 
repugnant to this Constitution as may from time to time be 
prescribed by law : Provided, Nothing in this article shall be 
so construed as to prevent the General Assembly from giving 
the Supreme Court original jurisdiction in capital cases and 
cases in chancery where the President -of the Circuit Court 
may be interested or prejudiced. 

Sec. 3. The Circuit Courts shall each consist of a President 
and two Associate Judges. The State shall be divided, by law, 
into three circuits, for each of which a President shall be ap- 
pointed, who, during his continuance in office, shall reside 
therein. The President and Associate Judges, in their respec- 
tive counties, shall have common law and chancery jurisdic- 
tion, as also complete criminal jurisdiction in all such^ cases 
and in such manner as may be prescribed by law. The Presi- 
dent alone, in the absence of the Associate Judges, or the 
President and one of the Associate Judges, in the absence of 
the other, shall be competent to hold a Court, as also the two 
Associate Judges in the absence of the President, shall be com- 
petent to hold a Court, except in capital cases and in cases in 
chancery : Provided, That nothing herein contained shall pre- 



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vent the General Assembly from increasing the number of 
circuits and Presidents as the exigencies of the State may from 
time to time require. 

Sec. 4. The Judges of the Supreme Court, the Circuit, and 
other inferior courts shall hold their offices during the term of 
seven years, if they shall so long behave well, and shall at 
stated times receive for their services a compensation which 
shall not be diminished during their continuance in office. 

Sec. 5. The Judges of the Supreme Court shall, by virtue of 
their offices, be conservators of the peace throughout the State, 
as also the Presidents of the Circuit Courts in their respective 
circuits, and the Associate Judges in their respective counties. 

Sec. 6. The Supreme Court shall hold its sessions at the seat 
of government, at such times as shall be prescribed by law ; 
and the Circuit Courts shall be held in the respective counties 
as may be directed by law. 

Sec. 7. The Judges of the Supreme Court shall be appointed 
by the Governor, by and with the advice and consent of the 
Senate. The Presidents of the Circuit Courts shall be ap- 
pointed by joint ballot of both branches of the General 
Assembly, and the Associate Judges of the Circuit Courts shall 
be elected by the qualified electors in the respective counties. 

Sec. 8. The Supreme Court shall appoint its own Clerk ,and 
the Clerks of the Circuit Court in the several counties shall be 
elected by the qualified electors in the several counties, but no 
person shall be eligible to the office of Clerk of the Circuit 
Court in any county unless he shall first have obtained, from 
one or more of the Judges of the Supreme Court, or from one 
or more of the Presidents of the Circuit Courts, a certificate th;jt 
he is qualified to execute the duties of the office of Clerk of the 
Circuit Court : Provided, That nothing herein contained shall 
prevent the Circuit Courts in each county from appointing a 
Clerk pi^o tern, until a qualified Clerk may be duly elected ; and 
Prodded, also, That the said Clerks, respectively, when qualified 
and elected, shall hold their offices seven years, and no longer, 
unless reappointed. 

Sec. 9. All Clerks shall be removable by impeachment as in 
other cases. 



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Sec. 10. When any vacancies happen in any of the Courti, 
occasioned by the death, resignation or removal from office of 
:any Judge of the Supreme or Circuit Courts, or any of the 
Olerks of the said Courts, a successor shall be appointed in the 
same manner as herein before prescribed, who shall hold his 
office for the period which his predecessor had to serve, and no 
longer, unless reappointed. 

Sec. 11. The style of all process shall be " The State of 
Indiana;" all prosecutions shall be carried on in the name and 
l)y the authority of the State of Indiana ; and all indictments 
shall conclude against the peace and dignity of the same. 

Sec 12. A competent number of Justices of the Peace shall 
be elected by the qualified electors in each township in the 
several counties, and shall continue in office five years, if they 
shall so long behave well, whose powers and duties shall from 
time to time be regulated and defined by law. 

ARTICLE VI. 

Section 1. In all elections, not otherwise provided for by 
this Constitution, every white male citizen of the United 
States, of the age of twenty- one years and upwards, who has 
resided in the State one year immediately preceding such elec- 
tion, shall be entitled to vote in the county where he resides; 
except such as shall be enlisted in the armies of the United 
States or their allies. 

Sec. 2. All elections shall be by ballot : Provided, That the 
General Assembly may, if they deem it more expedient, at their , 
session in eighteen hundred and twenty-one change the mode 
so as to vote viva voce, after which time it shall remain unalter- 
able. 

Sec. 3. Electors shall in all cases, except treason, felony, 
or breach of the peace, be free from arrest in going to, during 
their attendance at, and in returning home from elections. 

Sec. 4. The General Assembly shall have full power to ex- 
clude from electing, or being elected, any person convicted of 
any infamous crime. 

Sec. 5. Nothing in this article shall be so construed as to 
prevent citizens of the United States who were actual residents 



at the time of adopting this Constitution, and who, bj the ex- 
isting laws of this Territory, are entitled to vote, or persons 
who have been absent from home on a visit or necessary busi- 
ness, from the privilege of electors. 

ARTICLE VII. 

Section 1. The militia of the State of Indiana shall consist 
of all free, able-bodied male persons ; negroes, mulattoes and 
Indians excepted, resident in the said State, between the ages 
of eighteen and forty-five years, except such persons as now 
are or hereafter may be exempted by the laws of the United 
States or of this State; and shall be armed, equipped and 
trained as the General Assembly may provide by law. 

Sec. 2. IS'o person or persons conscientiously scrupulous of 
bearing arms shall be compelled to do militia duty : Provided, 
Such person or persons shall pay an equivalent for such ex- 
emption; which equivalent shall be collected annually by a 
civil ofiicer, and be hereafter fixed by law, and shall be equal,, 
as near as may be, to the lowest fines assessed on those privates 
in the militia who may neglect or refuse to perform militia 
duty. 

Sec. 3. Captains and subalterns shall be elected by those 
persons in their respective company districts who are subject 
to perform militia duty, and the Captain of each company 
shall appoint the non-commissioned officers to said company. 

Sec 4. Majors shall be elected by those persons within the 
bounds of their respective battalion districts subject to perform 
militia duty; and Colonels shall be elected by those persons 
within the bounds of their respective regimental districts 
subject to perform militia duty. 

Sec 5. Brigadier-General shall be elected by the commis- 
sioned officers within the bounds of their respective brigades, 
and Major-Generals shall be elected by the commissioned 
officers within the bounds of their respective divisions. 

Sec. 6. Troops and squadrons of cavalry and companies of 
artillery, riflemen, grenadiers or light infantry, may be formed 
in the said State in such manner as shall be prescribed by law : 
Provided^ however, That every troop or squadron of cavalry,. 



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■company of artillery, riflemen, grenadiers or light infantry 
which may hereafter be formed within the said State shall 
elect their own officers. 

Sec. 7. The Governor shall appoint the Adjutant-General 
and Quartermaster-Generals, as also his aides de camp. 

Sec. 8. Major-Generals shall appoint their aides de camp and 
all other division staff officers. Brigadier-Generals shall 
appoint their Brigade Majors and all other brigade staff officers, 
and Colonels shall appoint their regimental staff officers. 

Sec. 9. All militia officers shall be commissioned by the 
Governor, and shall hold their commissions during good 
"behavior or until they arrive at the age of sixty years. 

Sec. 10. The General Assembly shall, by law, fix the method 
of dividing the militia of the said State into divisions, brigades, 
regiments, battalions and companies, and shall also fix the 
rank of all staff officers. 



ARTICLE YIII. 

Section 1. Every twelfth year, after this Constitution shall 
have taken effect, at the general election held for Governor, 
there shall be a poll opened in which the qualified electors of 
the State shall express, by vote, whether they are in favor of 
calling a convention or not; and if there should be a majority 
of all the votes given at such election in favor of a convention, 
the Governor shall inform the next General Assembly thereof, 
whose duty it shall be to provide, by law, for the election of the 
members to the convention, the number thereof, and the time 
and place of their meeting, which law shall not be passed unless 
agreed to by a majority of all the members elected to both 
branches of the General Assembly, and which convention, when 
met, shall have it in their power to raise, amend or change the 
Constitution. But as the holding any part of the human 
creation in slavery or involuntary servitude can only originate 
in usurpation and tyranny, no alteration of this Constitution 
shall ever take place so as to introduce slavery or involuntary 
servitude in this State otherwise than for the punishment of 
crimes whereof the party shall have been duly convicted. 



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ARTICLE IX. 



Section 1. Knowledge and learning, generally diffused 
through a community, heing essential to the preservation of a 
free government, and spreading the opportunities and advan- 
tages of education through the various parts of the country 
being highly conducive to this end, it shall be the duty of the 
General Assembly to provide, by law, for the improvement of 
such lands as are or hereafter may be granted by the United 
States to this State for the use of schools, and to apply any 
funds which may be raised from such lands or from any other 
quarter to the accomplishment of the grand object for which 
they are or may be intended. But no lands granted for the use 
of schools or seminaries of learning shall be sold by authority 
of this State prior to the year 1820; and the moneys which 
may be raised out of the sale of any such lands, or otherwise 
obtained for the purposes aforesaid, shall be and remain a fund 
for the exclusive purpose of promoting the interest of literature 
and the sciences, and for the support of seminaries and public 
schools. The Gleneral Assembly shall, from time to time, pass 
such laws as shall be calculated to encourage intellectual, 
scientilical and agricultural improvements, by allowing rewards 
and immunities for the promotion and improvement of arts, 
sciences, commerce, manufacture and natural history ; and to 
countenance and encourage the principles of humanity, hon- 
esty, industry and morality. «. 

Sec. 2. It shall be the duty of the General Assembly, as 
soon as circumstances will permit, to provide, by law, for a 
general system of education, ascending in a regular gradation 
from township schools to a State University, wherein tuition 
shall be gratis, and equally open to all. 

Sec. 3. And for the promotion of such salutary end, the 
money which shall be paid, as an equivalent, by persons ex- 
empt from military duty, except in times of war, shall be exclu- 
sively, and in equal proportion, applied to the support ot 
County Seminaries ; also, all fines assessed for any breach ot 
the penal laws shall be applied to said seminaries in the 
county wherein they shall be assessed. 

Sec 4. It shall be the duty of the General Assembly, as 
soon as circumstances will permit, to form a penal code, 



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founded on the principles of reformation, and not of vindictive 
justice. And, also to provide one or more farms to be an 
asylum for those persons, who, by reason of age, infirmity, or 
other misfortunes, may have a claim upon the aid and benefi- 
cence of society; on such principles, that such persons may 
therein find employment and every reasonable comfort, and 
lose by their usefulness, the degrading sense of dependence. 

Sec. 5. The General Assembly, at the time they lay oif a 
new county, shall cause at least ten per cent, to be reserved 
out of the proceeds of the sale of town lots in the seat of jus- 
tice of such county, for the use of a public library for such 
county, and at the same session they shall incorporate a Library 
Company under such rules and regulations as will best secure 
its permanence and extend its benefits. 

ARTICLE X. 

Section 1. There shall not be established or incorporated 
in this State, any bank or banking company, or monied insti- 
tution for the purpose of issuing bills of credit, or bills payable 
to order or bearer : Provided, That nothing herein contained 
shall be so construed as to prevent the General Assembly from 
establishing a State Bank, and branches, not exceeding one 
branch for any three counties, and be established at such place 
within such counties as the Directors of the State Bank may 
select : Provided, There be subscribed, and paid in specie, on 
the part of individuals, a sum equal to thirty thousand dollars : 
Provided also. That the bank at Yincennes, and the Farmers' 
and Mechanics' Bank of Indiana, at Madison, shall be consid- 
ered as incorporated banks, according to the true tenor of the 
charters granted to said banks by the Legislature of the Indi- 
ana Territory : Provided, That nothing herein contained shall 
be so construed, as to prevent the General Assembly from 
adopting either of the aforesaid banks as the State Bank, and 
in case either of them shall be adopted as tlie State Bank, the 
other may become a branch under the rules and regulations 
hereinbefore prescribed. 

ARTICLE XL 

Section 1. Every person who shall be chosen or appointed 
to any office of trust or profit, under the authority of this 



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State, shall, before entering on the duties of said office, take 
an oath or affirmation, before any person lawfully authorized 
to administer oaths, to support the Constitution of the United 
States, and the Constitution of this State, and also an oath of 
office. 

Sec. 2. Treason against this State shall consist only ii> 
levying war against it, in adhering to its enemies, or giving 
them aid and comfort. 

Sec. 3. No person shall be convicted of treason, unless on 
the testimony of two witnesses to the same overt act, or his I 
own confession in open court. 

Sec 4. The manner of administering an oath, or affirma- 
tion, shall be such as is most consistent with the conscience of 
the deponent, and shall be esteemed the most solemn appeal to 
God. 

Sec. 5, Every person shall be disqualified from serving as 
Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Senator, or Representative, 
for the term for which he shall have been elected, who shall 
have been convicted of having given, or offered any bribe, treat, 
or reward to procure his election. 

Sec. 6. All officers shall reside within the State; and all 
district, county, or town officers, within their respective dis- 
tricts, counties or towns (the trustees of the town of Clarks- 
ville excepted,) and shall keep their respective offices at such 
places therein, as may be directed by law ; and all militia 
officers shall reside within the bounds of the division, brigade, 
regiment, battalion or company to which they may severally 
belong. 

Sec Y. There shall be neither slavery nor involuntary 
servitude in this State, otherwise than for the punishment of 
crimes, whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, nor 
shall any indenture of any negro or mulatto, hereafter made 
and executed out of the bounds of this State be of any validity 
within the State. 

Sec 8. No act of the General Assembly shall be in force 
until it shall have been published in print, unless in cases of 
emergency. 



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Sec. 9. All commissions shall be in the name, and by the 
authority of the State of Indiana; and sealed with the State 
seal, and signed by the Governor and attested by the Secretary 
of State. 

Sec. 10. There shall be elected in each county a Recorder, 
who shall hold his office during the term of seven years, if he 
shall so long behave well : Provided, That nothing herein con- 
tained shall prevent the Clerks of the Circuit Courts from hold- 
ing the office of Recorder. 

Sec. 11. Corydon, in Harrison County, shall be the seat of 
Government of the State of Indiana, until the year eighteen 
hundred and twenty-live, and until removed by law. 

Sec. 12. The General Assembly, when they lay off any new 
county, shall not reduce the old county, or counties, from 
which the same shall be taken to a less content than four hun- 
dred square miles. 

Sec. 13. ISTo person shall hold more than one lucrative office 
at the same time, except as in this Constitution is expressly per- 
mitted. 

Sec. 14. No person shall be appointed as a county officer, 
within any county, who shall not have been a citizen and an 
inhabitant therein one year next preceding his appointment, 
if the county shall have been so long erected, but if the county 
shall not have been so long erected, then within the limits of 
the county, or counties, out of which it shall have been taken. 

Sec. 15. All town and township officers shall be appointed 
in such manner as shall be directed by law. 

Sec. 16. The following officers of Government shall not be 
allowed greater annual salaries until the year eighteen hundred 
and nineteen, then as follows : The Governor, one thousand 
dollars ; the Secretary of State, four hundred dollars ; the 
Auditor of Public Accounts, four hundred dollars ; the Treas- 
urer, four hundred dollars ; the Judges of the Supreme Court, 
eight hundred dollars each ; the Presidents of the Circuit 
Courts, eight hundred dollars each; and the members of the 
General Assembly, not exceeding two dollars per day each, dur- 
ing their attendance on the same, and two dollars for every 
twenty -five miles they shall severally travel on the most usual 
route in going to and returning from the General Assembly ; 



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after which time their pay shall be regulated by law. , But no 
law, passed to increase the pay of the members of the General 
Assembly, shall take effect until after the close of the session 
at which such law shall have been passed 

Sec. 17. In order that the boundaries of the State of Indi- 
ana may more certainly be known and established, it is hereby 
ordained and declared that the following shall be and forever 
remain the boundaries of the said State, to-wit : Bounded on 
the east by the meridian line which forms the western boundary 
of the State of Ohio, on the south by the Ohio River, from the 
mouth of the Great Miami River, to the mouth of the River 
Wabash ; on the west by a line drawn along the middle of the 
Wabash River from its mouth to a point, where a due north 
line drawn from the town of Vincennes would last touch the 
northwestern shore of the said Wabash River ; and from thence 
by a due north line until the same shall intersect an east and 
west line, drawn through a point ten miles north of the south- 
ern extreme of Lake Michigan ; on the north by the said east 
and west line, until the same shall intersect the first mentioned 
meridian line, which forms the western boundary of the State 
of Ohio. 

ARTICLE XII. 

Section 1. That no evils or inconveniences may arise from 
the change of a Territorial Government to a permanent State 
Government, it is declared by this Convention that all rights, 
suits, actions, prosecutions, recognizances, contracts and claims, 
both as it respects individuals and bodies corporate, shall con- 
tinue as if no change had taken in this Government. 

Sec. 2. All fines, penalties and forfeitures, due, and owing 
to the Territory of Indiana, or any county therein, shall inure 
to the use of the State or county. All bonds executed to the 
Governor, or any other officer in his official capacity in the 
Territory, phall pass over to the Governor or others officer ot 
the State or county, and their successors in office, for the use 
of the State or county, or by him or them to be respectively 
assigned over to the use of those concerned, as the case may be. 

Sec. 3. The Governor, Secretary and Judges and all other 
officers, both civil and military, under the Territorial Govern- 



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ment, shall continue in the exercise of the duties of their 
respective departments until the said officers are susperseded 
under the authority of this Constitution. 

Sec. 4. All laws and parts of laws now in force in this 
Territory not inconsistent with this Constitution, shall con- 
tinue and remain in full force and effect until they expire or be 
repealed. 

Sec. 5. The Governor shall use his private seal until a State 
seal be procured. 

Sec 6. The Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor of Public 
Accounts and Treasurer shall severally reside and keep all the 
public records, books and papers in any manner relating to 
their respective offices at the seat of government : Providedy 
notwithstanding, That nothing herein contained shall be so con- 
strued as to affect the residence of the Governor for the space 
of six months, and until buildings suitable for his accommoda- 
tion shall be procured at the expense of the State. 

Sec. 7. All suits, pleas, plaints and other proceedings now 
depending in any Court of Record or Justice's Court shall be 
prosecuted to final judgment and execution, and all appeals, 
writs of error certiorari, injunction or other proceedings 
whatsoever, shall progress and be carried on in the respective 
court or courts, in the same manner as is now provided by law, 
and all .proceedings had therein in as full and complete a man- 
ner as if this Constitution were not adopted. And appeals and 
writs of error may be taken from the Circuit Court and General 
Court now established in the Indiana Territory to the Supreme 
Court in such manner as shall be provided for by law. 

Sec. 8. The President of this convention shall issue writs of 
election, directed to the several Sheriffs of the several counties, 
requiring them to cause an election to be held for a Governor, 
Lieutenant-Governor, a Representative to the Congress of the 
United States, Members of the General Assembly, Sheriffs a>d 
Coroners, at the respective election districts in each county, on 
the first Monday in August next ; which election shall be con- 
ducted in the [manner] prescribed by the existing election laws 
of the Indiana Territory; and the said Governor, Lieutenant- 
Governor, Members of the General Assembly, Sheriffs and 



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Coroners, then duly elected, shall continue to exercise the 
duties of their respective offices for the time prescribed by this 
Constitution, and until their successor or successors are quali- 
fied, and no longer. 

Sec. 9. Until the first enumeration shall be ma«U, as directed 
by this Constitution, the county of Wayne shall be entitled to 
one Senator and three Representatives ; the county of Frank- 
lin, one Senator and three Representatives; the county of 
Dearborn, one Senator and two Representatives ; the county of 
Switzerland, one Representative, and the counties of Jefferson 
and Switzerland, one Senator, and the county of Jefferson, two 
Representatives ; the county of Clark, one Senator and three 
Representatives; the county of Harrison, one Senator and 
three Representatives; the counties of Washington, Orange 
and Jackson, one Senator, and the county of Washington;, two 
Representatives ; the counties of Orange and Jackson, one 
Representative each; the county of Knox, one Senator and 
three Representatives; the county of. Gibson, one Senator and 
two Representatives ; the counties of Posey, Warrick and 
Perry, one Senator, and each of the aforesaid counties of Posey, 
Warrick and Perry, one Representative. 

Sec. 10. All books, records, documents, warrants and papers 
appertaining and belonging to the office of the Territorial 
Treasurer of the Indiana Territory, and all moneys therein, and 
all papers and documents in the office of the Secretary of said 
Territory, shall' be disposed of as the General Assembly of this 
State may direct. 

Sec. n. All suits, actions, pleas, plaints, prosecutions and 
causes whatsoever, and all records, books, papers and docu- 
ments now in the General Court, may be transferred to the 
Supreme Court established by this Constitution. And all 
causes, suits, actions, pleas, plaints and prosecutions whatso- 
ever now existing or pending in the Circuit Courts of this 
Territory, or which may be therein at the change of govern- 
ment, and all records, books, papers and documents relating 
to the said suits or filed in the said courts may be transferred 
over to the Circuit Courts established by this Constitution, 
under such rules and regulations as the General Assembly 
may direct. 



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Pone in convention at Corydon on the twenty-ninth day of 
June, in the year of our Lord, eighteen hundred and sixteen, 
and of the Independence of the United States the fortieth. 

In Witness Whereof, We have hereunto suhscrihed our 
names. 

JONATHAN JE:N'NINGS, 
President of the Convention and Delegate from the County of Chirk. 

WILLIAM HENDRICKS, 

Secretary. 



Thomas Carr, 
John K. Graham, 
James Lemon, 
James Scott, 
James Dill, 
Ezra Ferris, 
Solomon Manwaring, 
James Brownlee, 
William H. Eades, 
Robert Hanna, 
Enoch McCarty,- 
James Noble, 
Alexander Daein, 
Fred Rapp, 
David Robb, 
James Smith, Jr., 
John Boone, 
Davis Floyd, 
Daniel C. Lane, 
Dennis Pennington, 
Patrick Shields, 
Nath'l Hurst, 
David H. Maxwell, 
Samuel Smock, 
John Badottet, 
John Benefeil, 
John Johnson, 
Wm. Polke, 
B. Parke, 
Charles Polke, Delegate 



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Delegates in Convention from the 
County of Clark. 

Delegates in Convention from the 
County of Dearborn. 



! Delegates in Convention from the 
County of Franklin. 

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I Delegates in Convention from the 
I County of Gibson. 

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I Delegates in Convention 
County of Harrison. 



I Delegates in Convention 
j County of Jefferson. 

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! Delegates in Convention 
County of Knox. 



from the County of Perry. 



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Dann Lynn, Delegate from the County of Posey 

Wilham Cotton, Delegate from the County of Switzerland. 

Jonn JJe -Pauw. 

William Graham. 

William Lonee. 

Samuel Milroy. 

Robert Mclntire. 

Patrick Beard. 

Jeremiah Cox. 

Hugh Cull. 

Joseph Holeman. 

Attest : William Hendricks, 

Sec'y. 



CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF INDIANA. 



i85r. 



PREAMBLE. 



To the end that justice be established, public order maintained, 
and liberty perpetuated : We, the people of the State of 
Indiana, grateful to Almighty God for the free exercise of 
the right to choose our own form of government, do ordain 
this Constitution. 

ARTICLE L 

BILL OF RIGHTS. 

Section 1. We declare that all men are created equal; that 
they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable 
rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of 
happiness; that all power is inherent in the people; and that 
all free governments are, and of right ought to be, founded on 
their authority, and instituted for their peace, safety, and well 
being. For the advancement of these ends, the people have 
at all times an indefeasible right to alter and reform their gov- 
ernment. 

Sec. 2. All men shall be secured in their natural right to 
worship Almighty God according to the dictates of their own 
•consciences. 

Sec. 3. No law shall, in any case whatever, control the free 
■exercise and eojoyment of religious opinions, or interfere with 
the rights of conscience. 

Sec. 4. No preference shall be given, by law, to any creed, 
religious society or mode of worship; and no man shall be 
■compelled to attend, erect or support any place of worship, or 
to maintain any ministry against his consent. 



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Sec. 5. No religious test shall be required as a qualificatiott 
for any office of trust or profit. 

Sec. 6. No money shall be drawn from the treasury for th* 
benefit of any religious or theological institution. 

Sec. 7. No person shall be rendered incompetent as a wit- 
ness, in consequence of his opinion on matters of religion. 

Sec. 8. The mode of administering an oath or affirmation 
shall be such as may be most consistent with, and binding upon,, 
the conscience of the person to whom such oath or affirmation 
may be administered. 

Sec. 9. No law shall be passed restraining the free inter- 
change of thought and opinion, or restricting the right to 
speak, write, or print, freely, on any subject whatever; but for 
the abuse of that right every person shall be responsible. 

Sec. 10. In all prosecutions for libel, the truth of the matters 
alleged to be libelous may be given in justification. 

Sec. 11. The right of the people to be secure in their per- 
sons, houses, papers and effi^cts, against unreasonable search or 
seizure shall not be violated, and no warrant shall issue, but 
upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and 
particularly describing the place to be searched, and the person 
or thing to be seized. 

Sec. 12. All courts shall be open; and every man, for injury 
done to him, in his person, property or reputation, shall have- 
remedy by due course of law. Justice shall be administered 
freely and without purchase; completely, and without denial;: 
speedily, and without delay. 

Sec. 13. In all criminal prosecutions the accused shall have 
the right to a public trial, by an impartial jury in the county in 
whic-h the offense shall have been committed; to be heard by 
himself and counsel ; to demand the nature and cause of the 
accusation against him, and to have a copy thereof; to meet 
the witnesses face to face, and to have compulsory process for 
obtaining witnesses in his favor. 

Sec. 14. No person shall be put in jeopardy twice for the 
same offense. No person, in any criminal prosecution, shall be 
compelled to testify against himself. 



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Sec. 15. No person arrested, or confined in jail, shall be 
treated with unnecessary rigor. 

Sec. 16. Excessive bail shall not be required. Excessive 
fines shall not be imposed. Cruel and unusual punishment 
shall not be inflicted. All penalties shall be proportioned to 
the nature of the ollense. 

Sec 17. Offenses, other than murder or treason, shall be 
bailable by sufficient sureties. Murder or treason shall not be 
bailable when the proof is evident, or the presumptiou strong. 

Sec. 18. The penal code shall be touuded on the principles 
of reformation, and not of vindictive justice. 

Sec. 19. In all criminal cases whatever, the jury shall have 
the right to determine the law and the facts. 

Sec 20. In all civil cases the right of trial by jury shall re- 
main inviolate. 

Sec 21. No man's particular services shall be demanded 
without just compensation. No man's property shall be taken 
by law without just compensation; nor, except in case of the 
State, without such compensation first assessed and tendered. 

Sec 22. The privilege of the debtor to enjoy the necessary 
comforts of life, shall be recognized by wholesome laws, ex- 
empting a reasonable amount of property from seizure or sale. 
for the payment of any debt or liability hereafter contracted ; 
and there shall be no imprisonment for debt, except in case of 
fraud. 

Sec 23. The General Assembly shall not grant to any citi- 
zen, or class of citizens, privileges or immunities which, upon 
the same terms, shall not equally belong to all citizens. 

Sec 24. No e:r ^os^ /ado law, or law impairing the obligation 
of contract, shall ever be passed. 

Sec 25. No law shall be passed, the taking effect of which 
shall be made to depend upon any authority, except as provided 
in this Constitution. 

Sec. 26. The operation of the laws shall never be suspended 
exrept by the authority of the General Assembly. 

Sec 27. The privileges of the writ of habeas corpus shall 
not be suspended, except in case of rebellion or invasion, and 
then only if the public safety demand it. 



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Sec. 28. Treason against the State shall consist only in levy- 
ing war against it, and giving aid and comfort to its enemies^ 

Sec. 29. No person shall be convicted of treason, except on 
the testimony of two witnesses to the same overt act, or upon 
his confession in open court. 

Sec. 30. Is^o conviction shall work corruption of blood or 
forfeiture of estate. 

Sec. 31. No law shall restrain any of the inhabitants of the 
State from assembling together, in a peaceable manner, to con- 
sult for their common good ; nor from instructing their repre- 
sentatives ; nor from applying to the General Assembly for 
redress of grievances. 

Sec. 32. The people shall have a right to bear arms for the 
defense of themselves and the State. 

Sec. 33. The military shall be kept in strict subordination 
to the civil power. 

Sec. 34. No soldier shall, in time of peace, be quartered in 
any house without the consent of the owner; nor in time of 
war but in a manner to be prescribed by law. 

Sec. 35. The General Assembly shall not grant any title of 
nobility, nor confer hereditary distinctions. 

Sec. 36. Emigration from the State shall not be prohibited. 

Sec 37. There shall be neither slavery nor involuntary servi- 
tude, within the State, otherwise than for the punishment of 
crime, whereof the party shall have been duly convicted. No 
indenture of any negro or mulatto, made or executed out of 
the bounds of the State, shall be valid within the State. 



ARTICLE II. 

SUFFRAGE AND ELECTION. 

Section 1. All elections shall be free and equal. 

Sec 2. In all elections not otherwise provided for by this 
Constitution, every male citizen of the United States, of the 
age of twenty-one years and upwards, who shall have resided 
in the State during the six months, and in the township sixty 



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days, and in the ward or precinct thirty days immediately pre- 
ceding such election ; and every male of foreign birth, of the 
age of twenty- one years and upwards, who shall have resided 
in the United States one year, and shall have resided in this 
State during the six months, and in the township sixty days, 
and in the ward or precinct thirty days, immediately preceding 
such election, and shall have declared his intention to become a 
citizen of the United States, conformably to the laws of the 
United States on the subject of naturalization, shall be entitled 
to vote in the township or precinct where he may reside, if he 
shall have been duly registered according to law. 

Sec. 3. No soldier, seaman or marine, in the army or navy 
of the United States, or their allies, shall be deemed to have 
acquired a residence in this State in consequence of having 
been stationed within the same; nor shall any such soldier, sea- 
man or marine, have the right to vote. 

Sec. 4. No person shall be deemed to have lost his residenc« 
in the State by reason of his absence either on business of the 
State or of the United States. 

Sec. 5. [Stricken out by constitutional amendment of March 
24, 1881.] 

Sec. 6. Every person shall be disqualified from holding 
office during the term for which he may have been elected, 
who shall have given or oifered a bribe, threat, or reward f^i 
procure his election. 

Sec. 7. Every person who shall give or accept a challenge 
to fight a duel, or who shall knowingly carry to another per- 
son such challenge, or who shall agree to go out of the State to 
fight a duel, shall be ineligible to any office of trust or profit. 

Sec. 8. The General Assembly shall have power to deprive 
of' the right of 8ufi"rage, and to render ineligible any person 
convicted of an infamous crime. 

Sec 9. No person holding a lucrative office or appointment, 
under the United States, or under this State, shall be eligible to 
a seat in the General Assembly ; nor shall any person hold 
more than one lucrative office at the same time, except as in 
this Constitution expressly permitted : Provided, That offices in 
the militia, to which there is attached no annual salary, and the 
office of Deputy Postmaster, where the comof^nsation oloea nnc, 

23 — Sec. op State. 



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exceed ninety dollars per annum, shall not be deemed lucrative ; 
And 'provided, also, That counties containing less than one thou- 
sand polls may confer the office of Clerk, Recorder and Auditor, 
or any two of said offices, upon the same person. 

Sec. 10. No person who may hereafter be a collector or 
holder of public moneys, shall be eligible to any office of trust 
or profit until he shall have accounted for and paid over, ac- 
cording to law, all sums for which he may be liable. 

Sec. 11. In all cases in which it is provided that an office 
shall not be tilled by the same person more than a certain num- 
ber of years continuously, an appointment pro tempore shall not 
be reckoned a part of that term. 

Sec. 12. In all cases, except treason, felony and breach of 
the peace, electors shall be free from arrest in going to elections, 
during their attendance there, and in returning from the same. 

Sec. 13. All elections by the people shall be by ballot ; and 
all elections by the General Assembly, or by either branch 
thereof, shall be viva voce. 

Sec. 14. All general elections shall be held on the first 
Tuesday after the first Monday in November ; but township 
elections may be held at such time as may be provided by law : 
Provided, That the General Assembly may provide by law for 
the election of all judges of courts of general or appellate juris- 
diction, by an election to be held for such officers only, at 
which time no other officer shall be voted for ; and shall also 
provide for the registration of all persons entitled to vote. 



ARTICLE III. 



DISTRIBUTION OF POWERS. 

Section 1. The powers of the Government are divided into 
three separate departments : the Legislative, the Executive (in- 
cluding the Administrative), and the Judicial ; and no person 
charged with official duties under one of these departments 
shall exercise any of the functions of another except as in this 
Constitution expressly provided. 



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ARTICLE IV. 

LEGISLATIVE. 

Section 1. The Legislative authority of the State shall be 
vested in a General Assembly, which shall consist of a Senate 
and HouSe of Representatives. The style of every law shall 
be, "Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of 
Indiana;" and no law shall be enacted except by bill. 

Sec. 2. The Senate shall not exceed fifty, nor the House of 
Representatives one hundred members ; and they shall be 
chosen by the electors of the respective counties or districts 
into which the State may, from time to time, be divided. 

Sec. 3. Senators shall be elected for the term of four years, 
and Representatives for the term of two years, from the day 
next after their general election: Provided, however^ That the 
Senators elect, at the second meeting of the General Assembly 
under this Constitution, shall be divided, by lot, into two equal 
classes, as nearly as may be ; and the seats of Senators of the 
first class shall be vacated at the expiration of two years, and 
those of the second class at the expiration of four years ; so that 
one-half, as nearly as possible, shall be chosen biennially for- 
ever thereafter. And in case of increase in the number of Sen- 
ators, they shall be so annexed by lot, to the one or the other 
of the two classes, as to keep them as nearly equal as practica- 
ble. 

Sec. 4. The General Assembly shall, at its second session 
after the adoption of this Constitution, and every sixth yeai 
thereafter, cause an enumeration to be made of all the male in- 
habitants over the age of twenty-one years. 

Sec. 5. The number of Senators and Representatives shall, 
at the session next following each period of making such enu- 
meration, be fixed by law, and apportioned among the several 
counties, according to the number of male inhabitants, above 
twenty-one ydars of age, in each: Provided, That the first and 
second elections of members of the General Assembly, under 
this Constitution, shall be according to the apportionment last 
made by the General Assembly before the adoption of this Con- 
stitution. 



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Sec. 6. A Senatorial or Representative district, where more 
than one county shall constitute a district, shall be composed 
of contiguous oounties ; and no county, for Senatorial appor- 
tionment, shall ever be divided. 

Sec. 7. No person shall be a Senator or a Representative, who, 
at the time of his election, is not a citizen of the United States; 
nor any one who has not been, for two years next preceding 
his election, an inhabitant of this State, and for one year next 
preceding his election, an inhabitant of the county or district 
whence he may be chosen. Senators shall be at least twenty- 
five, and Representatives at least twenty-one years of age. 

Sec. 8. Senators and Representatives, in all cases except 
treason, felony, and breach of the peace, shall be privileged 
from arrest during the session of the General Assembly, and 
in going to and returning from the same; and shall not be sub- 
ject to any civil process during the session of the General As- 
sembly, nor during the fifteen days next before the commence- 
ment thereof. For any speech or debate in either House, a 
member shall not be questioned in any other place. 

Sec. 9. The sessions of the General Assembly shall be held 
biennially, at the capital of the State, commencing on the 
Thursday next after the first Monday of January, in the year 
one thousand eight hundred and fifty-three, and on the same 
day of every second year thereafter, unless a difi:erent day or 
place shall have been appointed by law. But if, in the opinion 
of the Governor, the public welfare shall require it, he may, at 
any time, by proclamation, call a special session. 

Sec. 10. Each House, when assembled, shall choose its own 
ofiicers (the President of the Senate excepted), judge the elec- 
tions, qualifications and returns of its own members, determine 
its rules of proceeding, and sit upon its own adjournment. 
But neither House shall, without the consent of the other, ad- 
journ for more than three days, nor to any place other than 
that in which it may be sitting. 

Sec 11. Two-thirds of each House shall constitute a quorum 
to do business; but a smaller number may meet, adjourn from 
day to day, and compel the attendance of absent members. A 
quorum being in attendance, if either House fail to efi^ect an 
organization within the first five days thereafter, the members 



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of the House so failing shall be entitled to no compensation 
from the end of the said five days, until an organization shall 
have been effected. 

Sec. 12. Each House shall keep a journal of its proceedings, 
and publish the same. The yeas and nays, on any question, 
shall, at the request of any two members, be entered, together 
with the names of the members demanding the same, on the 
journal: Provided^ That on a motion to adjourn, it shall require 
one-tenth of the members present to order tbe yeas and nays. 

Sec. 13. The doors of each House, and of Committees of the 
Whole, shall be kept open, except in such cases as, in the opin- 
ion of either House, may require secrecy. 

Sec. 14. Either House may punish its meniibers for disor- 
derly behavior, and may, with the concurrence of two-thirds, 
expel a member ; but not a second time for the same cause. 

Sec. 15. Either House, during its session, may punish, by 
imprisonment, any person not a member, who shall have been 
guilty of disrespect to the House, by disorderly or contemptu- 
ous behavior in its presence; but such imprisonment shall not, 
at any time, exceed twenty-four hours. 

Sec. 16. Each House shall have all powers necessary for a 
branch of the legislative department of a free and independent 
State. 

Sec. 17. Bills may originate in either House, but may be 
amended or rejected in the other, except that bills for raising 
revenue shall originate in the House of Representatives. 

Sec 18. Every bill shall be read by sections, on three several 
days in each House ; unless, in case of emergency, two-thirds 
of the House where such bill may be depending shall, by a vote 
of yeas and nays, deem it expedient to dispense with this rule; 
but the reading of a bill by sections, on its final passage, shall 
in no case be dispensed with; and the vote on the passage of 
every bill or joint resolution shall be taken by yeas and nays. 

Sec 19. Every act shall embrace but one subject, and mat- 
ters properly connected therewith; which subject shall be ex- 
pressed in the title. But if any subject shall be embraced in 
an act, which shall not be expressed in the title, such act shall 
be void only as to so much thereof as shall not be expressed in 
the title. 



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Sec. 20. Every act aud joint resolution shall be plainly 
worded, avoiding, as far as practicable, the use of technical 
terms. 

Sec. 21. No act shall ever be revised or amended by mere- 
reference to its title; but the act revised, or section amended,, 
shall be set forth and published at full length. 

Sec. 22. The General Assembly shall not pass local or special, 
laws in any of the following enumerated cases, that is to say r 

Regulating the jurisdiction and duties of justices of the peace 
and of constables; 

For the punishment of crimes and misdemeanors; 

Regulating the practice in courts of justice; 

Providing for changing the venue in civil aud criminal cases; 

Granting divorces; 

Changing the names of persons; 

For laying out, opening and working on, highways, and for 
the election or appointment of supervisors; 

Yucating roads, town plats, streets, alleys and public squares; 

Summoning and impanueling grand aud petit juries, and 
providing for their compensation ; 

Regulating county and township business; 

Regulating the election of county and township officers, and 
their compensation ; 

For the assessment and collection of taxes for State, county, 
township or road purposes ; 

Providing for supporting common schools, and for the pre- 
servation of school funds ; 

In relation to fees or salaries ; except that the laws may be 
so made as to grade the compensation of officers in proportion 
to the population and the necessary services required ; 

In relation to interest on money ; 

Providing for opening and conducting elections of State,. 
county or township officers, and designating the places of 
voting ; 

Providing for the sale of real estate belonging to minors, or 
other persons laboring under^ legal disabilities, by executors, 
administrators, guardians or trustees 



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Sec. 23. In all the cases enumerated in the preceding sec- 
tion, and in all other cases where a general law can be made 
applicable, all laws shall be general and of uniform operation 
throughout the State. 

Sec. 24. Provisions may be made by general law, for bring- 
ing suits against the State, as to all liabilities originating after 
the adoption of this Constitution; but no special act authoriz- 
ing such suit to be brought, or making compensation to any 
person claiming damages against the State, shall ever be passed. 

Sec. 25. A majority of all the members elected to each 
House shall be necessary to pass every bill or joint resolution; 
and all bills and joint resolutions so passed shall be signed by 
the presiding officers of the respective houses. 

Sec. 26. Any member of either House shall have the right 
to protest, and to have his protest, with his reasons for dissent, 
entered on the journal. 

Sec. 27. Every statute shall be a public law, unless otherwise 
declared in the statute itself. 

Sec. 28. No act shall take effect until the same shall have 
been published and circulated in the several counties of this 
State, by authority, except in case of emergency ; which emer- 
gency shall be declared in the preamble or in the body of the 
law. 

Sec. 29. The members of the General Assembly shall re- 
ceive for their services a compensation, to be fixed by law; but 
no increase of compensation shall take effect during the session 
at which such increase may be made. No session of the Gen- 
eral Assembly, except the first under this Constitution, shall 
extend beyond the term of sixty-one days, nor any special ses- 
sion beyond the term of forty days. 

Sec. 80. No Senator or Representative shall, during the term 
for which he may have been elected, be eligible to any office, 
the election to which is vested in the General Assembly, nor 
shall he be appointed to any civil office of profit, which shall 
have been created, or the emoluments of which shall have been 
increased, during such term ; but this latter provision shall not 
be construed to apply to any office elective by the people. 



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ARTICLE ^. 

EXECUTIVE. 

Section 1. The executive powers of the State shall be vested 
in a Governor. He shall hold his office during four years, and 
shall not be eligible more than four years in any period of 
eight years. 

Sec. 2. There shall be a Lieutenant Governor, who shall 
hold his office during four years. 

Sec. 3. The Governor and Lieutenant Governor shall be 
elected at the times and places of choosing members of the 
General Assembly. 

Sec. 4. In voting for Governor and Lieutenant Governor 
the electors shall designate for whom they vote as Governor^ 
and for whom as Lieutenant Governor. The returns of every 
election for Governor and Lieutenant Governor shall be sealed 
up and transmitted to the seat of government, directed to the 
Speaker of the House of Representatives, who shall open and 
publish them in the presence of both Houses of the General 
Assembly. 

Sec. 5. The persons, respectively, having the highest num- 
ber of votes for Governor and Lieutenant Governor, shall be 
elected; but in case two or more persons shall have an equal 
and the highest number of votes for either office, the General 
Assembly shall, by joint vote, forthwith proceed to elect one 
of the said persons Governor or Lieutenant Governor, as the 
case may be. 

Sec. 6. Contested elections for Governor or Lieutenant Gov- 
ernor shall be determined by the General Assembly, in such 
manner as may be prescribed by law. 

Sec. 7. No person shall be eligible to the office of Governoi 
or Lieutenant Governor, who shall not have been five years a 
citizen of the United States, and also a resident of the State of 
Indiana during the five years next preceding his election ; nor 
shall any person be eligible to either of the said offices who 
shall not have attained the age of thirty years. 



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!Sec. 8. No member of Congress, or person holding any 
office under the United States, or under this State, shall fill the 
office of Governor or Lieutenant Governor. 

Sec. 9. The official term of the Governor or Lieutenant 
Governor shall commence on the second Monday of January, 
in the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-three ; and 
on the same day every fourth year thereafter. 

Sec, 10. In case of the removal of the Governor from office, 
or of his death, resignation or inability to discharge the duties 
of the office, the same shall devolve on the Lieutenant Gov- 
ernor ; and the General Assembly shall, by law, provide for the 
case of removal from office, death, resignation, or inability, 
both of the Governor and Lieutenant Governor, declaring 
what officer then shall act as Governor; and such officer shall 
act accordingly until the disability be removed or a Governor 
be elected. 

Sec. 11. Whenever the Lieutenant Governor shall act as 
Governor, or shall be unable to attend as President of the Sen- 
ate, the Senate shall elect one of its own members as President 
for the occasion. 

Sec. 12. The Governor shall be commander-in-chiet of the 
military and naval forces, and may call out such forces to exe- 
cute the laws, or to suppress insurrection, or to repel invasion. 

Sec. 13. He shall, from time to time, give to the General 
Assembly information touching the condition of the State, and 
recommend such measures as he shall judge to be expedient. 

Sec. 14. Every bill which shall have passed the General As- 
sembly shall be presented to the Governor ; if he approve, he 
shall sign it, but if not, he shall return it, with his objections, 
to the House in which it shall have originated, which House 
shall enter the objections at large upon its journals, and pro- 
ceed to reconsider the bill. If, after such reconsideration, a 
majority of all the members elected to that House shall agree 
to pass the bill, it shall be sent, with the Governor's objections, 
to the other House, by which it shall likewise be reconsidered, 
and if approved by a majority of all the members elected to 
that House, it shall be a law. If any bill shall not be returned 
by the Governor within three days, Sundays excepted, after it 
-hcil have been presented to him, it shall be a law without his 



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signature, unless the general adjournment shall prevent its re- 
turn, m which case it shall be a law, unless the Governor, 
within five days next after such adjournment, shall file such 
bill, with his objections thereto, in the office of the Secretary 
of State, who shall lay the same before the General Assembly 
at its next session in like manner as if it had been returned by 
the Governor. But no bill shall be presented to the Governor 
within two days next previous to the final adjournment of the 
General Assembly. 

Sec. 15. The Governor shall transact all necessary business 
with the officers of Government, and may require any infor- 
mation in writing from the officers of the administrative de- 
partment, upon any subject relating to the duties of their 
respective offices. 

Sec. 16. He shall take care that the laws be faithfully 
executed. 

Sec. 17. He shall have the power to grant reprieves, com- 
mutations and pardons, after conviction, for all ofienses except 
treason and cases of impeachment, subject to such regulations 
as may be provided by law. Upon conviction for treason, he 
shall have power to suspend the execution of the sentence until 
the case shall be reported to the General Assembly at its next 
meeting, when the General Assembly shall either grant a par- 
don, commute the sentence, direct the execution of the sen- 
tence, or grant a further reprieve. He shall have power to 
remit fines and forfeitures, under such regulations as may be 
prescribed by law, and shall report to the General Assembly at 
its next meeting, each case of reprieve, commutation or par- 
don granted, and also the names of all persons in whose favor 
remission of fines and forfeitures shall have been made, and 
the several amounts remitted : Provided, however, That the 
General Assembly, may, by law, constitute a council, to be com- 
posed of officers of State, without whose advice and consent 
the Governor shall not have power to grant pardons, in any 
case, except such as may, by law, be left to his sole power. 

Sec. 18. When, during a recess of the General Assembly, a 
vacancy shall happen in any office, the appointment to which is 
vested in the General Assembly, or when, at any time, a va- 
cancy shall have occurred in any other State office, or iu tlia 



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office of Judge of any court, the Governor shall fill such va- 
cancy by appointment, which shall expire when a successor 
shall have been elected and qualified. 

Sec. 19. He shall issue writs of election to fill such vacan- 
cies as may have occurred in the General Assembly. 

Sec. 20. Should the seat of Government become dangerous 
from disease or a common enemy, he may convene the General 
Assembly at any other place. 

Sec. 21. The Lieutenant Governor shall, by virtue of his 
office, be President of the Senate ; have a right, when in Com- 
mittee of the Whole, to join in debate, and to vote on all sub- 
jects, and, whenever the Senate shall be equally divided, he 
shall give the casting vote. 

Sec. 22. The Governor shall, at stated times, receive for his 
services a compensation which shall neither be increased nor 
diminished during the term for which he shall have been 
-elected. 

Sec. 23. The Lieutenant Governor, while he shall act as 
President of the Senate, shall receive for his services the same 
compensation as the Speaker of the House of Representatives; 
and any person acting as Governor shall receive the compensa- 
tion attached to the office of Governor. 

Sec 24. Neither the Governor nor Lieutenant Governor 
shall be eligible to any other office during the term for which 
ihe shall have been elected. 



ARTICLE VL 

ADMINISTRATIVE. 

Section 1. There shall be elected by the voters of the State, 
'.& Secretary, an Auditor, and a Treasurer of State, who shall 
€everally hold their offices for two years. They shall perform 
such duties as may be enjoined by law ; and no person shall be 
eligible to either of said offices more than four years in any 
period of six years. 

Sec 2. There shall be elected in each county, by the voters 
"thereof, at the time of holding^general elections, a Clerk of the 
'Oir*«sit Court, Auditor, Recorder, Treasurer, Sheriff, Coroner, 



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and Surveyor. The Clerk, Auditor and Recorder shall con- 
tinue in office four years; and no person shall be eligible to the 
office of Clerk, Recorder or Auditor more than eight years in 
any period of twelve years. The Treasurer, Sheriff, Coroner, 
and Surveyor, shall continue in office two years ; and no person 
shall be eligible to the office of Treasurer or Sheriff more than 
four years in any period of six years. 

Sec. 3. Such other county and township officers as may be 
necessary, shall be elected or appointed, in such manner as may 
be prescribed by law. 

Sec. 4. No person shall be elected or appointed as a county 
officer, who shall not be an elector of the county ; nor any one 
who shall not have been an inhabitant thereof during one year 
next preceding his appointment, if the county shall have been 
so long organized; but if the county shall not have been so 
long organized, then within the limits of the county or coun- 
ties out of which the same shall have been taken. 

Sec. 5. The Governor, and the Secretary, Auditor and 
Treasurer of State, shall, severally, reside and keep the public 
records, books and papers, in any manner relating to the re- 
spective offices, at the seat of government. 

Sec. 6. All county, township, and town officers shall reside 
within their respective counties, townships, and towns, and 
shall keep their respective offices at such places therein, and 
perform such duties as may be directed by law. 

Sec. 7. All State officers shall, for crime, incapacity, or neg- 
ligence, be liable to be removed from office, either by impeach- 
ment by the House of Representatives, to be tried by the Sen- 
ate, or by a joint resolution of the General Assembly; two- 
thirds of the members elected to each branch voting, in either 
case, therefor. 

Sec. 8, All State, county, township, and town officers may 
be impeached, or removed from office, in such manner as may 
be prescribed by law. 

Sec 9. Vacancies in county, township, and town offices 
shall be filled in such manner as may be prescribed by law. 

Sec 10. The General Assembly may confer upon the Boards 
doing county business in the several counties, powers of a local 
administrative character. 



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AKTICLE VII. 

JUDICIAL. 

Section 1. The Judicial power of the State shall be vested 
in a Supreme Court, in Circuit Courts, and in such other courts 
as the General Assembly may establish. 

Sec. "2. The Supreme Court shall consist of not less than 
three, nor more than five Judges; a majority of whom shall 
form a quorum. They shall hold their offices for six years, if 
they so long behave well. 

Sec. H. The State shall be divided into as many districts as 
there are Judges of the Supreme Court, and such districts shall 
be formed of contiguous territory, as nearly equal in popula- 
tion as, without dividing a county, the same can be made. One 
of said Judges shall be elected from each district, and reside 
therein ; but said Judge shall be elected by the electors of the 
State at large. 

Sec. 4. The Supreme Court shall have jurisdiction, co-ex- 
tensive with the limits of the State, in appeals and writs of 
error, under such regulations and restrictions as may be pre- 
scribed by law. It shall also have such original jurisdiction as 
the General Assembly may confer. 

Sec. 5.- The Supreme Court shall, upon the decision of every 
case, give a statement in writing of each question arising in the 
record of such case, and the decision of the Court thereon. 

Sec. 6. The General Assembly shall provide by law, for the 
speedy publication of the decisions of the Supreme Court, made 
under this Constitution, but no judge shall be allowed to re- 
port such decision. 

Sec. 7. There shall be elected by the voters of the State, a 
Clerk of the Supreme Court, who shall hold his office four years, 
and whose duties shall be prescribed by law. 

Sec. 8. The Circuit Courts shall each consist of one judge, 
and shall have such civil and criminal jurisdiction as may be 
prescribed by law. 



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Sec. 9. The State shall, from time to time, be divided inta 
judicial circuits, and a judge for each circuit shall be elected by 
the voters thereof. He shall reside within the circuit, and shall 
hold his office for the term of six years, if he so long behave 
well. 

Sec. 10. The General Assembly may provide, by law, that 
the judge of one circuit may hold the courts of another circuit, 
in cases of necessity or convenience; and in case of temporary 
inability of any judge, lO'om sickness or other cause, to hold 
the courts in his circuit, provision may be made, by law, for 
holding such courts. 

Sec. 11. There shall be elected, in each judicial circuit, by 
the voters thereof, a prosecuting attorney, who shall hold his 
office for two years. 

Sec. 12. Any judge or prosecuting attorney, who shall have 
been convicted of corruption or other high crime, may, on in- 
formation in the name of the State, be removed from office by 
the Supreme Court, or in such other manner as may be pre- 
scribed by law. 

Sec. 13. The judges of the Supreme Court and Circuit 
Courts shall, at stated times, receive a compensation, which 
shall not be diminished during their continuance in office. 

Stc. 14. A competent number of justices of the peace shall 
be elected by the voters in each township in the several coun- 
ties. They shall continue in office four years, and their powers 
and duties shall be prescribed by law. 

Sec. 15. All judicial officers shall be conservators of the 
peace in their respective jurisdictions. 

Sec. 16. No person elected to any judicial office shall, during 
the term for which he shall have been elected, be eligible to 
any office of trust or profit under the State, other than a judi- 
cial office. 

Sec. 17. The General Assembly may modify or abolish the 
Grand Jury system. 

Sec. 18. All criminal prosecutions shall be carried on in the 
name, and by the authority of the State ; and the style of all 
processes shall be, " The State of Indiana." 



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(Sec. 19. Tribunals of conciliation may be established, with 
such powers and duties as shall be prescribed by law; or the 
powers and duties of the same may be conferred upon other 
courts of justice; but such tribunals or other courts, when sit- 
ting as such, shall have no power to render judgment to be 
obligatory on the parties unless they voluntarily submit their 
matters of difference and agree to abide the judgment of such 
tribunal or court. 

Sec. 20. The General Assembly, at its iirst session after the 
adoption of this Constitution, shall provide for the appointment 
of three commissioners whose duty it shall be to revise, sim- 
plify and abridge the rules, practice, pleadings and forms of the 
courts of justice. And they shall provide for abolishing the 
distinct forms of action at law now in use; and that justice shall 
be administered in a uniform mode of pleading, without dis- 
tinction between law and equity. And the General Assembly 
may, also, make it the duty of said commissioners to reduce 
into a systematic code the general statute law of the State ; and 
said commissioners shall report the result, of their labors to the 
General Assembly, with such recommendations and suggestions, 
as to the abridgement and amendment, as to said commissioners 
may seem necessary or proper. Provision shall be made by 
law for filling vacancies, regulating the tenure of office and the 
compensation of said commissioners. 

Sec. 21. Every person of good moral character, being a 
voter, shall be entitled to admission to practice law in all 
courts of justice. 



ARTICLE VIII. 



education. 

Section 1. Knowledge and learning generally diffused 
throughout a community, being essential to the preservation of 
a free government, it shall be the duty of the General Assem- 
bly to encourage, by all suitable means, moral, intellectual, sci- 
entific and agricultural improvement, and to provide by law for 
a general and uniform system of common schools, wherein 
tuition shall be without charge, and equally open to all. 



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Sec. 2. The common school fund shall consist of the con- 
gressional township fund, and the lands belonging thereto; 

The surplus revenue fund; 

The saline fund, and the lands belonging thereto; 

The bank tax fund, and the fund arising from the one hun- 
died and fourteenth section of the charter of the State Bank 
ol Indiana; 

The fund to be derived from the sale of county seminaries, 
aiid the moneys and property heretofore held for such semi- 
uiries; from the fines assessed for breaches of the penal laws 
of the State; and from all forfeitures which may accrue; 

All lands and other estate which shall escheat to the State 
(or want of heirs or kindred entitled to the inheritance ; 

All lands that have been or may hereafter be granted to the 
State, where no special purpose is expressed in the grant, and 
the proceeds of the sales thereof; including the proceeds of the 
sales of the Swamp Lands granted to the State of Indiana by 
the act of Congress, of the 28th of September, 1850, after de- 
ducting the expense of selecting and draining the same ; 

Taxes on the property of corporations that may be assessed 
by the General Assembly for Common School purposes. 

Sec. 3. The principal of the Common School Fund shall 
remain a perpetual fund, which may be increased, but shall 
never be diminished ; and the income thereof shall be inviola- 
bly appropriated to the support of Common Schools, and to no 
other purpose whatever. 

Sec. 4. The General Assembly shall invest, in some safe and 
profitable manner, all such portions of the Common School 
Fund as have not heretofore been entrusted to the several 
counties; and shall make provisions, by law, for the distribu- 
tion, among the several counties, of the interest thereof. 

Sec. 5. If any county shall fail to demand its proportion ol 
such interest for Common School purposes, the same shall be 
reinvested for the benefit of such county. 

Sec. 6. The several counties shall be held liable for the pre- 
servation of so much of the said fund as may be entrusted to 
them, and for the payment of the annual interest thereon. 



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Sec. 7. All trust funds held by the State shall remain invio- 
late, and be faithfully and exclusively applied to the purposes 
for which the trust was created. 

Sec. 8. The General Assembly shall provide for the election, 
by the voters of the State, of a State Superintendent of Public 
Instruction, who shall hold his office for two years, and whose 
duties and compensation shall be prescribed by law. 



ARTICLE IX. 

STATE INSTITUTIONS. 

Section 1. It shall be the duty of the General Assembly to 
provide by law for the support of Institutions for the Education 
of the Deaf and Dumb, and of the Blind ; and, also, for the 
treatment of the Insane. 

Sec. 2. The General Assembly shall provide Houses of Ref- 
uge for the correction and reformation of juvenile offenders. 

Sec. 3. The County Boards shall have power to provide 
farms as an asylum for those persons who, by reason of age, 
infirmity, or other misfortune, have claims upon the sympathies 
and aid of society. 

ARTICLE X. 

FINANCE. 

Section 1. The General Assembly shall provide, by law, for 
n uniform and equal rate of assessment and taxation ; and shall 
prescribe such regulations as shall secure a just valuation for 
taxation of all property, both real and personal, excepting such 
only for municipal, educational, literary, scientific, religious or 
charitable purposes, as may be specially exempted by law. 

Sec 2. All- the revenues derived from the sale of any of the 
public works belonging to the State, and from the net annual 
income thereof, and any surplus that may, at any time, remain 
in the Treasury derived from taxation for general State pur- 
poses, after the payment of the ordinary expenses of the gov- 
-ernment, and of the interest on bouda of the State, other than 

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bank bonds, shall be annually applied, under the direction of 
the General Assembly, to the payment of the principal of the 
public debt. 

Sec. 3. ISTo money shall be drawn from the Treasury but in 
pursuance of appropriations made by law. 

Sec. 4. An accurate statement of the receipts and expendi- 
tures of the public money shall be published with the laws of 
each regular session of the General Assembly. 

Sec. 5. No law shall authorize any debt to be contracted, on 
behalf of the State, except in the following cases : To meet 
casual deficits in the revenue ; to pay the interest on the State 
debt; to repel invasion, suppress insurrection, or, if hostilities 
be threatened, provide for public defense. 

Sec. 6. No county shall subscribe for stock in any incorpo- 
rated company, unless the same be paid for at the time of such 
subscription ; nor shall any county loan its credit to any incor- 
porated company, nor borrow money for the purpose of taking^ 
stock in any such company ; nor shall the General Assembly 
ever, on behalf of the State, assume the debts of any county, 
city, town or township, nor of any corporation whatever. 

Sec. 7. No law or resolution shall ever be passed by the 
General Assembly of the State of Indiana that shall recognize 
any liability of this State to pay or redeem any certificate of 
stock issued in pursuance of an act entitled "An act to pro- 
vide for the funded debt of the State of Indiana, and for the 
completion of the Wabash and Erie Canal to Evansville," 
passed January 19, 1846, and an act supplemental to said act 
passed January 29, 1847, which by the provisions of the said 
acts, or either of them, shall be payable exclusively from the 
proceeds of the canal lands, and the tolls and revenues of the 
canal in said acts mentioned; and no such certificates of stocks 
shall ever be paid by this State. 

[Note. — Agreed to by a majority of the members elected to each of the two 
houses of the General Assembly, Regular Session of 1871, and referred to the Gen- 
eral Assembly to be chosen at the next general election. Agreed to by a majority 
of the members elected to each house of the General Assembly, Special Session ot 
1872. Submitted to the electors of the State by an act approved January 28, 1873. 
Rati6ed by a majority of the electors, at an election held on the 18th day of Feb- 
ruary, 1873. Declared a part of the Constitution by proclamation of Thomas A.> 
Hendricks, Governor, dated March 7, 1873.] 



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ARTICLE XI. 

CORPORATIONS. 

8ection 1. The General Assembly shall not have power to 
■establish, or incorporate any bank or banking company, or 
moneyed institution, for the purpose of issuing bills of credit, 
or bills payable to order or bearer, except under the conditions 
prescribed in this Constitution. 

Sec. 2. l^o bank shall be established otherwise than under a 
general banking law, except as provided in the fourth section 
of this article. 

Sec. 3. If the General Assembly shall enact a general bank- 
ing law, such law shall provide for the registry and counter- 
signing, by an ofhcer of State, of all paper credit designed to 
be circulated as money ; and ample collateral security, readily 
convertible into specie, for the redemption of the same in gold 
or silver, shall be required; which collateral security shall be 
under the control of the proper officer or officers of the State. 

Sec. 4. The General Assembly may also charter a bank with 
branches, without collateral security, as required in the preced- 
ing section. 

Sec. 5. If the General Assembly shall establish a bank 
•with branches, the branches shall be mutually responsible for 
each other's liabilities, upon all paper credit issued as money. 

Sec. 6. The stockholders in every bank, or banking com- 
pany, shall be individually responsible to an amount over and 
-ubove their stock, equal to their respective shares of stock, for 
all debts or liabilities of said bank or banking company. 

Sec. 7. All bills or notes issued as money, shall be, at all 
times, redeemable in gold or silver; and no law shall be passed, 
sanctioning, directly or indirectly, the suspension, by any bank 
or banking company, of specie payments. 

Sec. 8. Holders of bank notes shall be entitled, in case of 
insolvency, to preference of payment over all other creditors. 

Sec, 9. No bank shall receive, directly or indirectly, a greater 
Tate of interest than shall be allowed by law to individuals 
'.joaning money. 



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Sec. 10. Every bank, or banking company, shall be required 
to cease all banking operations within twenty years from the 
time of its organization, and promptly thereafter to close its 

business. 

Sec. 11. The General Assembly is not prohibited from in- 
v^esting the trust funds in a bank with branches ; but in case 
of such investment, the safety of the same shall be guaranteed 
by unquestionable security. 

Sec. 12. The State shall not be a stockholder in any bank, 
after the expiration of the present bank charter; nor shall the 
credit of the State ever be given, or loaned, in aid of any per- 
son, association, or corporation, nor shall the State hereafter 
become a stockholder in any corporation or association. 

Sec. 13. Corporations, other than banking, shall not be cre- 
ated by special act, but may be formed under general laws. 

Sec. 14. Dues from corporations, other than banking, shall 
be secured by such individual liability of the corporators, or 
other means, as may be prescribed by law. 



ARTICLE XII. 

MILITIA. 

Section 1. The militia shall consist of all able-bodied white- 
male" persons between the ages of eighteen and forty-five years^ 
except such as may be exempted by the laws of the United 
States, or of this State ; and shall be organized, officered, armtd, 
equipped and trained in such manner as may be provided by 
law. 

Sec. 2. The Governor shall appoint the Adjutant, Quarter- 
master and Commissary Generals. 

Sec 3. All militia officers shall be commissioned by the 
Governor, and shall hold their offices not longer than six years. 

Sec 4. The General Assembly shall determine the method 
of dividing the militia into divisions, brigades, regiments, bat- 
talions and companies, and fix the rank of all staff officers. 

Sec 5. The militia may be divided into classes of sedentary 
and active militia in such manner as shall be prescribed by law. 



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Sec. 6. No persou conscientiously opposed to bearing arms 
shall be compelled to do militia duty; but such person shall 
pay an equivalent for exemption ; the amount to be prescribed 
by law, 

ARTICLE XIII. 

POLITICAL AND MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS. 

Section 1. No political or municipal corporation in this 
State shall ever become indebted, in any manner or for any 
purpose, to any amount, in the aggregate exceeding two per 
centum on the value of taxable property within such corpora- 
tion, to be ascertained by the last assessment for State and 
county taxes, previous to the incurring of such indebtedness, 
and all bonds or obligations, in excess of such amount, given 
by such corporations, shall be void : Provided, That in time of 
war, foreign invasion, or other great public calamity, on peti- 
tion of a majority of the property owners, in number and value, 
within the limits of such corporation, the public authorities, in 
their discretion, may incur obligations necessary for the public 
protection and defense, to such an amount as may be requested 
in such petition. 

[The original Article 13 is stricken out and the amendment of March 24, 1881, 
inserted in lieu thereof.] 

ARTICLE XIV. 

BOUNDARIES. 

Section 1. In order that the boundaries of the State may 
be known and established, it is hereby ordained and declared, 
that the State of Indiana is bounded on the east by the me- 
ridian line which forms the western boundary of the State of 
Ohio; on the south by the Ohio River, from the mouth of the 
Great Miami River to the mouth of the Wabash River ; on the 
west, by a line drawn along the middle of the Wabash River, 
from its mouth to a point where a due north line, drawn from 
the town of Vincennes, would last touch the northwestern 
shore of said Wabash River; and thence by a due north line, 
until the same shall intersect an east and west line, drawn 
through a point ten miles north of the southern extreme of 



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Lake Michigan ; on the north, by said east and west line, until 
the same shall intersect the first-mentioned meridian line, which 
forms the western boundary^of the State of Ohio. 

Sec. 2. The State of Indiana shall possess jurisdiction, and 
sovereignty co extensive with the boundaries declared in the 
preceding section; and shall have concurrent jurisdiction, in 
civil and criminal cases, with the State of Kentucky on the 
Ohio River, and with the State of Illinois on the Wabash Kiver, 
60 far as said rivers form the common boundary between this 
State and said States respectively. 



ARTICLE XV. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Section 1. All officers whose appointment is not otherwise 
provided for in this Constitution, shall be chosen in such man- 
ner as now is, or hereafter may be, prescribed by law. 

Sec. 2. When the duration of any office is not provided for 
by this Constitution, it may be declared by law ; and if not so 
declared, such office shall be held during the pleasure of the 
authority making the appointment. But the General Assem- 
bly shall not create any office, the tenure of which shall be 
longer than four years. 

Sec. 3. Whenever it is provided in this Constitution, or in 
any law which may be hereafter passed, that any officer, other 
than a member of the General Assembly, shall hold his office 
for any given term, the same shall be construed to mean that 
such officer shall hold his office for such term, and until his 
successor shall have been elected and qualified. 

Sec. 4. Every person elected or appointed to any office un- 
der this Constitution shall, before entering on the duties 
thereof, take an oath or affirmation to support the Constitution 
of this State and of the United States, and also an oath of 
office. 

Sec. 5. There shall be a seal of the State, kept by the Gov- 
ernor for ofiicial purposes, which shall be called the Seal of the 
State of Indiana. 



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Sec. 6. All commissions shall issue in the name of the State, 
shall be signed by the Governor, sealed by the State Seal, and 
attested by the Secretary of State. 

Sec. 7. l^o county shall be reduced to an area less than four 
hundred square miles; nor shall any county under that area be 
further reduced. 

Sec. 8. l^o lottery shall be authorized, nor shall the sale of 
lottery tickets be allowed. 

Sec. 9. The following grounds owned by the State in In- 
dianapolis, namely : the State House Square, the Governor's 
Circle, and so much of out-lot numbered one hundred and forty- 
seven as lies north of the arm of the Central Canal, shall not 
be sold or leased. 

Sec. 10. It shall be the duty of the General Assembly to 
provide for the permanent enclosure and preservation of tha 
Tippecanoe Battle Ground. 



ARTICLE XVI. 



AMENDMENTS. 

Section 1. Any amendment or amendments to this Consti- 
tution may be proposed in either branch of the General As- 
sembly; and if the same shall be agreed to by a majority of 
the members elected to each of the two houses, such proposed 
amendment or amendments shall, with the yeas and nays 
thereon, be entered on their journals and referred to the Gen- 
eral Assembly to be chosen at the next general election ; and, 
if in the General Assembly so next chosen, such proposed 
amendment or amendments shall be agreed to by a majority of 
all the members elected to each house, then it shall be the duty 
of the General Assembly to submit such amendment or amend- 
ments to the electors of the State, and if a majority of said 
electors shall ratify the same, such amendment or amendments 
shall become a part of this Constitution. 

Sec. 2. If two or more amendments shall be submitted at 
the same time, they shall be submitted in such manner that the 



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cliruLors shall vote for or against each of such amendments sep- 
arately; and while such an amendment or amendments which 
shall have been agreed upon by 'one General Assembly shall be 
awaiting the action of the succeeding General Assembly, or of 
the electors, no additional amendment or amendments shall be 
proposed. 

SCHEDULE. 

This Constitution, if adopted, shall take effect on the first 
day of November, in the year one thousand eight hundred and 
lifty-one, and sliaU supersede the Constitution adopted in the 
year one thousand eight hundred and sixteen. That no incon- 
venience may arise from the change in the government, it is 
hereby ordained as follows: 

First. All laws now in force, and not inconsistent with this 
Constitution, shall remain in force until they shall expire or be 
repealed. 

Second. All indictments, prosecutions, suits, pleas, plain's 
and other proceedings pending in any of the Courts, shall be 
prosecuted to final judgment and execution ; and all appeals, 
writs of error, certiorari and injunctions shall be carried on in 
the several Courts, in the same manner as is now provided by 
law. 

Third. All fines penalties and forfeitures, due or accruing 
to the State, or to any county therein, shall inure to the State, 
or to such county in the manner prescribed by law. All bonds 
executed to the State, or to any officer, in his official capacity, 
shall remain in force, and inure to the use of those concerned. 

Fourth. All acts of incorporation for municipal purposes 
shall continue in force under this Constitution, until such time 
as the General Assembly shall, in its discretion, modify or re- 
peal the same. 

Fifth. The Governor, at the expiration of the present official 
term, shall continue to act until his successor shall have been 
sworn into oflice. 

Sixth. There shall be a session of the General Assembly, 
commencing on the first Monday of December, in the year one 
thousand eight hundred and fifty- one. 



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Seventh. Senators now in office and holding over, under tlie 
existing Constitution, and such as may be elected at the next 
general election, and the Representatives then elected, shali 
continue in office until the first general election under this 
Constitution. 

Eighth. The first general election under this Constitution 
shall be held in the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty- 
two. 

Ninth. The first election for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, 
Judges of the Supreme Court and Circuit Courts, Clerk of the 
Supreme Court, Prosecuting Attorney, Secretary, Auditor, and 
Treasurer of State, and State Superintendent of Public Instruc- 
tion, under this Constitution, shall be held at the general elec- 
tion in the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two; and 
such of said officers as may be in office when this Constitution 
shall go into effect, shall continue in their respective offices 
until their successors shall have been elected and qualified. 

Tenth. Every person elected by popular vote, and now in 
any office which is continued by this Constitution, and every 
person who shall be so elected to any such office before the tak- 
ing efl'ect of this Constitution (except as in this Constitution 
otherwise provided), shall continue in office until the term for 
which si^ch person has been, or may be, elected, shall expire : 
Provided, That no such person shall continue in office after the 
taking effect of this Constitution, for a longer period than the 
terrn of such office in this Constitution prescribed. 

Eleventh. On the taking effect of this Constitution, all officers 
thereby continued in office shall, before proceeding in the fur- 
ther discharge of their duties, take an oath or affirmation to 
support this Constitution. 

Twelfth. All vacancies that may occur in existing offices 
prior to the first general election under this Constitution, shall 
be filled in the manner now prescribed by law. 

Thirteenth. At the time of submitting this Constitution to 
the electors for their approval or disapproval, the article num- 
bered thirteen, in relation to negroes and mulattoes, shall be 
submitted as a distinct proposition, in the following form : "Ex- 
clusion and Colonization of Negroes and Mulattoes," "Aye," or 



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" No." And if a majority of the votes cast shall be in favor of 
said article, then the same shall form a part of this Constitution, 
otherwise it shall be void and form no part thereof. 

Fourteenth. No article or section of this Constitution shall 
be submitted as a distinct proposition to a vote of the electors 
otherwise than as herein provided. 

Fifteenth. Whenever a portion of the citizens of the counties 
of Perry and Spencer shall deem it expedient to form, of the 
contiguous territory of said counties, a new county, it shall be 
the duty of those interested in the organization of such new 
county, to lay off the same by proper metes and bounds of equal 
portions as nearly as practicable, not to exceed one-third of the 
territory of each of said counties. The proposal to create such 
new county shall be submitted to the voters of said counties, 
at a general election, in such manner as shall be prescribed by 
law. And if a majority of all the votes given at said election 
shall be in favor of the organization of said new county, it shall 
be the duty of the General Assembly to organize the same out 
of the territory thus designated. 

Sixteenth. The General Assembly may alter or amend the 
charter of Clarksville, and make such regulations as may be 
necessary for carrying into effect the objects contemplated in 
granting the same, and the funds belonging to said town shall 
be applied according to the intention of the grantor. 

Done in Convention, at Indianapolis, the tenth day of Feb- 
ruary, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and 
fifty-one; and of the independence of the United States, the 
eeventy-lifth. 

GEORGE WHITFIELD CARR, 
President and Delegate from the County of Lawrence, 

Attest : AYm. H. English, 

Principal Secretary. 

Geo. L. Sites, 
Herman G. Barkwbll, 
Robert M. Evans, 

Assistant Secretaries. 



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The original sections stricken out or amended read as follows : 

ARTICLE II. 

SUFFRAGE AND ELECTION. 

Section 2. In all elections, not otherwise provided for by this Constitution, 
every white male citizen of the United States, of the age of twenty-one years and 
upwards, who shall have resided in the State during the six months immediately 
preceding such election; and every white male, of foreign birth of the age of 
twenty-one years and upwards, who shall have resided in the United States one 
year, and shall have resided in this State during the six months immediately pre- 
ceding such election, and shall have declared his intention to become a citizen of 
the United States, conformably to the laws of the United States on the subject of 
naturalization, shall be entitled to vote in the township or precinct where he may 
reside. 

Sec. 5. No negro or mulatto shall have the right of suffrage. 

Sec. 14. All general elections shall be held on the second Tuesday in October. 

AETICLE IV. 

LEGISLATIVE. 

Section 4. The General Assembly shall, at its second session after the adop- 
tion of this Constitution, and every six years thereafter, cause an enumeration to 
be made of all the white male inhabitants over the age of twenty-one years. 

Sec. 5. The number of Senators and Representatives shall, at the session next 
following each period of making such enumeration, be fixed by law, and appor- 
tioned among the several counties, according to the number of white male inhabi- 
tants, above twenty-one years of age, in each: Provided, That the first and second 
elections of members of the General Assembly, under this Constitution, shall be 
according to the apportionment last made by the General Assembly, before the 
adoption of this Constitution. 

Sec. 22. In relation to fees or salaries : 

AETICLE VIL 



Section 1. The judicial power of the State shall be vested in a Supreme 
Court, in Circuit Courts, and in such inferior courts as the General Assembly may 
establish. 

AETICLE XIII. 

negroes and mulattoes. 

Section 1. No negro or mulatto shall come into, or settle in, the State, after 
the adoption of this Constitution. 

Sec. 2. All contracts made with any negro or mulatto coming into the State, 
contrary to the provisions of the foregoing section, shall be void; and any person 
who shall employ such negro or mulatto, or otherwise encourage him to remain in 
the State, shnil be fined in any sum not less than ten dollars, nor more than five 
hundred dollars. 

Sec. 3. All fines which may be collected for a violation of the provisions of 
this article, or of any law which may hereafter be passed for the purpose of carry- 
ing the same into execution, shall be set apart and appropriated for the coloniza- 
tion of such negroes and mulattoes, and their descendants, as may be in the State 
at the adoption of this Constitution, and may be willing to emigrate. 

Sec. 4. The General Assembly shall pass laws to carry out the provisions of 
thi« article. 



ANNUAL REPORT 



AuDiTOE OF State 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



SHOWING THE 



Receipts and Disbursements and Other Transactions of this 

Office for the Fiscal Year Ending October 31, 1894, 

Together with Reports of the Insurance, 

Building and Loan, Bank, and 

Land Departments. 



APPENDIX: 

Proceedings State Board of Tax Conimissioners. 



TO THE GOVERNOR. 



INDIANAPOLIS: 

WM. B. BURFORD, CONTRACTOB FOR STATE PRINTING AND BINDING. 
1894. 



STATE OF INDIANA, 
ExEcrrTiVE Department, 

December 1, 1891 



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The within report of the Auditor of State has been received and examined by 
the Governor and transmitted to the Secretary of State for publication, upon the 
order of the Commissioners of the Public Printing, Binding and Stationery. 

MYRON D. KING, 

Private Secretary. 



Filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the State of Indiana, December 
1894. 

W. R. MYERS, 

Secretary of State. 



Office of Auditok of State, "> 

Indianapolis, Inc., Dec. 1, 1894. / 

To His Excellency, Claude Matthews, 

Governor of Indiana : 

In compliance with the law providing for the annual publication of the report 
of the Auditor of State, I have the honor to submit for your examination and for 
the consideration of the General Assembly the following, showing the receipts and 
disbursements of the State Treasury from the 1st day of November, 1893, to the 
31st day of October, 1894, inclusive, and its condition at the expiration of the fiscal 
year, and including, ako, such other matter as, by law, I am required to report to 
you. Respectfully, 

J. O. HENDEESON, 

Auditor of State. 



OFFICE AUDITOR OF STATE. 



JOHN 0. HEN.de RSON, 

Auditor of State. 



JOSEPH T. FANNING, 
Deputy Auditor of State. 



GEORGE W. DUKE, 

Clerk Insurance Department. 



GEORGE U. BINGHAM, 
Clerk Land and Bank Departments. 



HIRAM TETER, 

State Bank Examiner. 



SUGGESTIONS AND OBSERVATIONS. 



THE PUBLIC DEBT. 



It should be a matter of public felicitation that, after so many 
years of retrogression, Indiana has entered fully and fairly upon 
a debt paying era. Until the enactment of the present tax law 
by the Legislature of 1891, the State was running behind from 
a half to three-quarters of a million dollars annually. Not only 
was the public debt increasing steadily year by year, but the 
State was compelled to borrow money to meet the interest on 
the debt. With the enactment of the new law came a new 
order of things. Instead of an annual deficit, we began to meet 
the public debt as it matured without borrowing a dollar. 

Since the meeting of the last General Assembly, $910,000 of 
the public debt has been extinguished. On April 1, 1893, 
$M0,000 of bonds were taken up; on April 1, 1894, $370,000 
were retired; and on ISTovember 1, 1894, $200,000 more were 
paid, making a total reduction of $910,000. It is the purpose 
of the Finance Board to take up not less than $300,000 of option 
bonds about the Ist of January, 1895, thus swelling the total 
bond liquidation by the present State administration to $1,210,- 
000, a record of which the State, the entire people, may well be 
proud. Atthis writing the public debt is as follows : Domestic 
debt, $484,000; foreign debt, $7,436,615.12. Total bonded debt, 
$7,920,615.12. 

There will fall due March 1, 1895, 3J per cent, interest bonds 
aggregating $400,000, which the Finance Board hopes to reduce 
to $100,000 by the payment of $300,000 the first year. There 
will mature April 1, 1895, $585,000, 3 J per cent, bonds; and 
May 1, 1895, $500,000 more will become due and payable, 
making a total of $1,485,000, less the $300,000 to be paid Jan- 
uary 1, that will have to be refunded. These obligatioos bear 
3J per cent, interest, and I have no sort of doubt but they can 



be refunded at a rate not to exceed 3 per cent., readily. The 
Finance Board will take all the steps necessary to the refunding 
so that our successors will not be embarrassed and the credit of 
the State be maintained. On March 2, 1896, there will mature 
$300,000 3J per cent, bonds, which will, no doubt, be promptly 
paid. There will mature April 1, 1899, $700,000 3 per cent, 
bonds, and on September 20, 1899, another $700,000 will fall 
due. On this $1,400,000 the State has now an option of paying 
at its pleasure. 

REDUCE THE SCHOOL TAX LEVY TAVO AND ONE HALF CENTS. 

In my suggestions to the General Assembly of 1893 I had 
the honor to recommend a reduction of the school tax levy of 
5 cents. I then showed that a levy of 11 cents under the new 
tax law would produce more revenue than did 16 cents under 
the old law. Then, as now, no one is asking for a dollar more 
school revenue than was produced by the 16-cent levy under 
the old order of things. The Legislature of two years ago re- 
duced the levy 2h cents. I now recommend an additional re- 
duction of 21 cents. Under the old law a 16-cent levy produced 
$1,372,279.01, which sum was deemed adequate. Under the 
present law a VS^ cent levy yields, exclusive of the State 
school poll tax, $1,758,118.83, which is $385,839.82 more than 
is needed, and is just so much unnecessary and unjust burden 
on the people. On the assessment of 1893, an 11-cent levy 
would raise $1,432,541.27, an increase of' $60,262.26 over the 
amount produced by a 16-cent levy under the old tax law. 
To this increase must be added about $50,000 per year unex- 
pended school revenue, which is required to be turned back 
into the common school fund to be reapportioned, as provided 
for by the act of March 3, 1893. Nothing is clearer than that 
the school levy should be reduced 2| per cent. 

INCREASE THE STATE DEBT SINKING FUND TO FOUR CENTS. 

Two years ago I recommended the creation of a sinking 
fund for the gradual extinguishment of the public debt, and 
suggested that the levy be fixed at 4 cents. The General As- 
sembly did provide for a sinking fund and fixed the levy at 3 
cents. A 3-cent levy produces $387,542.38, a tidy sum, but 



hardly large enough. In my judgment the sinking fund levy 
should be increased to 4 cents. No fear need be had that large 
sums will accumulate in the hands of the State Treasurer. 
By law the Finance Board is required to apply the sinking 
fund and so much of the general fund as may be safely and 
advantageously employed in the extinguishment of the public 
debt. Furthermore, the State now has options on vastly more 
than it will be able to pay witbin half a dozen years. 

REDUCE GENERAL FUND LEVY ONE CENT. 

The estimate of receipts for the fiscal years 1895-96, printed 
further on, shows that the annual income of the State for that 
period will be $2,574,772.37, while the estimated expenditures 
are $1,959,950 for 1896 and $2,064,950 for 1897, leaving a balance 
of $614,822.37 and $509,822.37, respectively. This estimate of 
receipts is based upon the present tax levy of 10 cents for 
general fund and 5 cents for benevolent institution fund pur- 
poses. If the present taxable value of the State remains the 
same, a reduction of 2 cents in the levy for general fund pur- 
poses can be made and yet leave a balance in the treasury to 
the credit of these funds of $354,360.33 and $249,360.33,' re- 
spectively, for the years mentioned. 

Duriog the year 1895 there will be a general reassessment of 
the property of the State for taxable purposes, and it may be 
there will be a slight reduction in the valuation. If such de- 
crease should occur it is not probable that it would exceed 10 
per cent, of the present valuation, which would be $130,000,000, 
and this would permit a reduction of 1 cent in the levy and 
still leave the balances as shown above. Therefore I suggest a 
reduction of 1 cent in the general fund levy. 

MERQE BENEVOLENT FUND INTO GENERAL FUND. 

There is now laid a benevolent fund tax of 5 cents for the 
purpose of caring for the benevolent and reformatory institu- 
tions. The levy is inadequate by about one-third, and the 
general fund has to be drawn upon to meet the deficiency. 
There never was any good reason for maintaining the benevo- 
lent fund as a separate fund, and much less so, seeing that it is 



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wholly inadequate to the purposes for which it was created. 
I suggest that the benevolent fund be merged into the general 
fund. 

I have recommended a reduction of the school levy of 2J cents, 
a reduction of the general fund levy of 1 cent, and an increase 
in the sinking fund of 1 cent. This will show a net reduction 
of 2J cents in the State levy, or a saving to the people in 
decreased taxation of |325,577.56. 

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. 

The growth of the business of insurance in the State within 
the past twenty years has been both marvelous and gratifying. 
In 1873 there were few of the larger insurance companies oper- 
ating in Indiana, and the total receipts to the State Treasury 
from this source aggregated but $2,162.39. To-day there are 
doiug business within our borders 16 home companies and 213 
foreign companies, representing lire, life, accident and surety 
insurance, and they have paid into the treasury the past year 
$140,263.75. It is with pardonable pride that I refer to the fact 
that within the past four years I have collected from insurance 
companies and turned into the State Treasury $121,852.37 more 
than any of my predecessors ever did within the same length 
of time. The annual net increase is $30,463.09, or a net gain 
of 26^ per cent, per annum. The total receipts to the State 
from this source for the past four years aggregate $464,249.86. 
This large increase in insurance receipts is not due wholly to an 
enlarged volume of business done by the companies. A rigid 
and proper administration of the laws contributed largely to 
the result. 

During the past four years, covering my entire incumbency 
in office, I have waged relentless and persistent warfare on 
"graveyard," "ground-hog," and unauthorized insurance com- 
panies. I have left no effort untried to drive from the State 
these vampires on the people, and it is a proud satisfaction to 
know that to day the State is freer of them than ever before. 
In all I have publicly blacklisted and driven from the State 
150 of these worthless and irresponsible companies, thus pro- 
tecting the responsible companies who are duly authorized to 
do business in the State and who pay the State for the privilege 
of so doing. Nor is this all that this course has accomplished. 



It has saved the people of Indiana hundreds of thousands of 
dollars annually and guaranteed to them valid and reliable in- 
surance. Many blacklisted companies have threatened suit, 
and one — the Accident Lloyds of New York — has a suit now 
pending in which it is sought to recover |100,000 from me and 
|] 00,000 from Insurance Clerk Duke for alleged injury to busi- 
ness by virtue of being blacklisted. But I have no fear of an 
adverse termination of this suit, as I was clearly acting under 
the law, and was also fortified by an opinion of the Attorney- 
General. 

It may be safely said that the business of insurance in Indi- 
ana is to-day on a higher plane than ever before in the State's 
history. Indeed the Insurance Department of the Hoosier 
Commonwealth has been lifted from an almost chaotic condi- 
tion to the higher level of the more advanced States. It is re- 
spected by all insurance companies and is rated high among 
the best in the Union. 

STATE BANKS. 

The failure of nine banks of discount and deposit, shown in 
the last report of this office, were the first to occur since the 
enactment of the law of 1873. While these failures were 
brought about by an alliance with financial schemes that good 
banking would forbid, they have served the purpose of em- 
phasizing two weaknesses in the present law. While this 
oflSce is charged with the supervision of these institutions, the 
law simply requires examination without granting the power 
to enforce the correction of unsafe methods. The results de- 
sired from examinations can not be obtained without authority 
to correct evils that these disclose. I suggest that the law be 
so amended that this department be given the power to notify 
banks found to be observing unsafe practices or unsafe meth- 
ods to desist, and upon failflre to do so in a reasonable time to 
close the bank, pending an application by it for the appoint- 
ment of a receiver. 

Another weakness of the law developed by the financial 
troubles of 1893 is its failure to authorize any person to take 
charge of the assets of a suspended bank pending the appoint- 
ment of a receiver. Its officers may have wrecked it by unsafe 
practices or through dishonesty, yet after suspension becomes 



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necessary they are left in possession of the property of the bank 
to do with it as they may see fit — perhaps for days before appli- 
cation is made to the courts or before the courts can act in the 
premises. 

A much needed amendment to the present law is one requiring 
the officers of a bank that suspends to advise this department 
of such fact and permittiog it to take charge of the same until 
relieved by the appointment of a receiver. 

Under the law as it now stands the bank examiner is author- 
ized to charge |5 per day for making examinations, and is 
allowed $2 for every twenty- five miles necessarily traveled in 
making the same. This method often leads to dipputes, beside 
being unjust to many of the banks. There is no reason why 
one bank should be charged fifteen or twenty dollars more for 
an examination than another bank with the same capital 
because it happens to be located one hundred or more miles- 
farther away from the residence of the examiner than the other. 
If the present method of requiring the bank to pay this expense 
is to be continued, the best remedy would be to base the charge 
on the amount of capital invested, as is done by the federal 
government iu the national bank law. The charges could be 
so graded as to be fair to the banks and at the same time fully 
compensate the examiner. 



SAVINGS BANKS. 

As the law is at present, there is no inducement to the clas& 
of persons who should manage savings banks to enter the field ^ 
as they are wholly without profit to those who must be respon- 
sible for their conduct. It has been repeatedly suggested that 
the law be so changed as to make stock banks of them, thus 
enabling the trustees to receive some compensation by way of 
dividends on the stock they may hold, for the time necessarily 
devoted to the management of their interest. If this be not 
deemed a wise change, some other method should be employed 
to encourage their organization. In large cities of the State, 
especially those that are manufacturing centers, they would 
accomplish much in teaching the people economy and thrift. 



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TRUST COMPANIES. 



Under the law the Auditor of State is required to make, or 
cause to be made, an examination of these corporations every 
six months. The examinations made of the two older com- 
panies show them to be doing a safe and conservative business 
and strictly complying with the law. Their rapid growth shows 
the popularity with which they have been received and the 
wisdom of the act giving them existence in the State. 

BUILDING AND LOAN DEPARTMENT. 

Elsewhere in this report is presented in detail the story of 
the building and loan associations of the State — these popular 
savings banks of the people. There have reported 496 associa- 
tions with an aggregate investment of |30,090,926.13, an in- 
crease of $2,552,864.19 over 1893, despite the panic. During 
the past year no association failed, some retired from business, 
and many new organizations sprang into being. The general 
condition of building and loan associations is healthy and the 
future is promising. The building and loan act of 1893 should 
be amended so as to permit at least one examination a year, 
and oftener if deemed advisable. Base examiner's charges 
on amount of assets. Extend the law so as to leave no doubt 
but that all forms of investment companies are amenable to 
the act. Do away with the thirty days' notice to president and 
secretary of association in failing to report. 

LAND DEPARTMENT. 

Elsewhere in this report is given in detail an intelligent and 
comprehensive showing of the Land Department, its operations 
during the past year, land owned by the State, etc., which will 
repay a perusal by those so inclined. 

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. 

In closing, and before I say good-bye officially, I desire to 
testify to the pleasant and unbroken relations, official and 
social, that have existed between all the outgoing State officers 
and myself. For their manifold kindnesses, their uniform 
urbanity, and considerate intercourse, I am under deep and 



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lasting obligations, I shall carry with me through life the 
most pleasant memory of the years spent as a humble member 
of the State official family. I desire, in the strongest language 
at my command, to acknowledge my grateful obligations to my 
faithful and devoted corps of office assistants. A more courteous 
and competent force could not be found. Each has performed 
his prescribed duties faithfully, satisfactorily, well — and our 
separation now, after an unbroken service of four years, is like 
the breaking up of the ties of an affectionate comradeship. 



ESTIMATE OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES FOR 
THE YEARS 1895,1896,1897. 

Should the value of property for taxable purposes remain 
the same during 1896 and 1897 as now, viz.: $1,302,310,250, 
and the present tax levy of ten cents on the one hundred dol- 
lars for the General Fund of the State Treasury and five cents 
for the Benevolent Institution Fund is continued, and the re- 
ceipts from all other sources remain the same, the total amount 
of revenue collected for each of the j'ears 1895, 1896 and 1897 
will be $2,574,772.b7. 

And shall the current expenses (including $105,000 for legis- 
lative expenses in 1895 and 1897), which means the expeuses 
actually necessary to pay the permanent officers, departments 
and institutions and the interest on the public debt, it will re- 
quire the sum ot $2,064,950, leaving a balance of $009,822.37. 

Specific appropriations, made by the last General Assembly, 
payable in the year 1895, amounting to $H0,000, should be de- 
ducted from the balance for that year. 

For the year 1896 the balance will be $105,000 larger, for in 
that year there will in all probability be no legislative session. 

By a decision of the Supreme Court the incidental expenses 
of the State Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument are chargeable 
against the general fund and not against the appropriation or 
fund for that structure. This expense has amounted to about 
$12,000 a year, but may be increased, as under the Supreme 
Court decision, there is no limitation to this expenditure. 

The estimate submitted does not comprehend anything for 
extraordinary and statutory expenditures, but is based on the 
actual necessary expenses of the State Government. 



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ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS. 



Pursuant to the statute requiring the Auditor of State to 
furnish the General Assembly estimates upon which to base 
the annual appropriations for the support of the State Govern- 
ment, the following appropriations are recommended for the 
fiscal years 1896 and 1897 : 



For Governor's salary 

Lieutenant-Governor's salary 

Governor's Private Secreta 
ry 's salary 

Governor's Executive Clerk's 
salary 

Governor's Messenger's sal 
ary 

Governor's civil contingent 
expense 

Governor's military contin 
gent expense 

Governor's ofiice expense 

Adjutant- General's salary.... 

Adjutant General's Clerk's 
s.alar}' 

Quartermaster- General's sal- 
ary 

Secretary of State's salary... 

Secretary of State's Deputy's 
salary 

Secretary of State's Clerk's 
salary 

Secretary of State's Messen 
ger's salary 

Secretary of State's office ex- 
pense 

Clerk PrintiDg Bureau, sal- 
ary 

Distribution of lawb 

Distribution of Supreme and 
Appellate Court Reports... 

Auditor of State's salary 

Auditor of State's Deputy 
and Settlement Clerk's sal- 
ary 



1896. 

$5,000 

1,000 

1,800 

],000 

720 

1,000 

2,000 

500 

1,200 

720 

600 
3,500 

1,500 

800 

300 

650 

1,200 
250 

1,200 
4,000 

2,800 



1897. 

$5,000 

1,000 

1,800 

1,000 

720 

1,000 

2,000 

500 

1,200 

720 

600 
3,500 

1,500 

800 

300 

650 

1,200 
250 

1,200 
4,000 

2,800 



14 



ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



For Auditor of State's Land and 
Insurance Clerks' salaries.. 

Auditor of State's Stenog 
rapher's salary 

Auditor of State's office ex 
pense 

Treasurer of State's salary... 

Treasurer of State's Deputy's 
salary 

Treasurer of State's Night- 
Watchman's salary 

Treasurer of State's office ex- 
pense 

Attorney- General's salary.... 

Attorney-General's Deputy's 
salary 

Attorney- General's Clerk's 
salary 

Attorney- General's Messen- 
ger's salary 

Attorney- General's office ex- 
pense t 

Superintendent Public In- 
struction's salary 

Superintendent Public In- 
struction's Clerks' salaries. 

Superintendent Public In- 
struction's traveling ex- 
penses 

Superintendent Public In- 
struction's office expenses.. 

State Librarian's salary 

State Librarian's Assistants' 
salaries 

State Library, books and 
binding 

State Library, distribution of 
documents and office ex- 
penses 

iState Library, Janitor's sal- 
ary 

Bureau of Statistics 

State Geologist's salary 

Department Geology and 
Natural resources 



1896. 


1897. 


2,400 


$2,400 


600 


600 


1,000 
3,000 


1,000 
3,000 


1,500 


1,500 


720 


720 


300 
2,500 


300 
2,500 


2,000 


2,000 


600 


600 


800 


300 


500 


500 


2,500 


2,500 


2,700 


2,700 



600 

800 
1,500 

2,000 

1,000 

500 

720 
9,000 
2,000 

2,500 



600 

800 
1,500 

2,000 

1,000 

500 

720 
9,000 
2,000 

2,500 



15 



ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



For Mine Inspector's salary 

Mine Inspector's Assistant's 
salary 

Mine Inspector's expenses ... 

Supervisor Natural gas, sal- 
ary ^ 

Supervisor Natural Gas, ex- 
penses 

State Board of Health.... 

Commissioner of Fisheries, 
salary 

Commissioner of Fisheries, 
expenses 

State Horticultural Soeiety... 

Supreme Court Judges' sal 
aries .♦. 

Law Librarian's salary 

Supreme Court Messenger's 
salary 

Supreme Court Sheriff's sal- 
ary 

Supreme Court office and 
chamber expenses 

Appellate Court Judges' sal- 
aries 

Appellate Court Sheriff 's sal- 
ary 

Appellate Court office and 
chamber expenses 

Appellate Court Messenger's 
salary 

Purchase of books, Law Li- 
brary 

Supreme Court Reporter's 
salary 

Supreme Court Reporter's 
Assistant's salary 

Supreme Court Reporter's 
office expenses 

Circuit Court Judges' salaries 

Clerk Supreme Court, salary. 

Clerk Supreme Court's Dep- 
uty's salary 

Clerk Supreme Court's First 
Assistant Deputy 



1896. 
$1,200 


1897. 
$1,200 


1,000 
600 


1,000 
600 


1,200 


1,200 


600 
5,000 


600 
5,000 


300 


300 


500 
1,000 


500 
1,000 


20,000 
1,500 


20,000 
1,500 


900 


900 


500 


500 


2,000 


2,000 


17,500 


17,500 


250 


250 


2,000 


2,000 


720 


720 


2,000 


2,000 


4,000 


4,000 


1,5C0 


1,500 


200 

145,000 

3,000 


200 

145,000 

3,000 


1,500 


1,500 


900 


900 



16 



ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



For Clerk Supreme Court's Ste- 
nographer 

Clerk Supreme Court's Kec- 
ord Clerk's salary 

Prosecuting Attorneys' sala- 
ries 

Superior Court Judges' sala- 
ries 

Sheriffs' expenses in convey- 
ing prisoners 

Indiana University 

Purdue University 

State Normal School 

State Board of Education 

Central Hospital Insane, 
maintenance 

Central Hospital Insane, 
clothing 

Central Hospital Insane, 
repairs 

Northern Hospital Insane, 
maintenance 

Eastern Hospital Insane, 
maintenance 

Southern Hospital Insane, 
maintenance 

Institution for Blind, main- 
tenance 

Institution for Blind, repairs. 

Institution for Deaf and 
Dumb, maintenance 

Institution for Deaf and 
Dumb, repairs 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Or 
phans' Home, maintenance 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Or- 
phans' Home, repairs ' 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Or- 
phans' Home, library 

iSchool Feeble-Minded Youth 
maintenance 

School Feeble-Minded Youth 
officers' salaries 

State Prison North, main- 
tenance 



1896. 


1897. 


$600 


$600 


600 


600 


28,000 


28,000 


17,500 


17,500 


18,000 
40,000 
30,000 
10,000 
3,000 


18,000 
40,000 
30,000 
10,000 
3,000 


260,000 


260,000 


li,000 


12,000 


15,000 


15,000 


95,000 


95,000 


95,000 


95,000 


85,000 


85,000 


30,000 
3,000 


30,000 
3,000 


60,000 


60,000 


5,000 


5,000 


100,00.0 


100,000 


1,000 


1,000 


200 


200 


80,000 


80,000 


4,500 


4,500 


100,000 


100,000 



17 



ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS -Continued. 



J'or State Prison South, main- 
tenance 

Reform School for Boys, 
maintenance 

Reform School for Girls and 
Woman's Prison, main- 
tenance 

Public printing and station- 
ery 

Interest on temporary loan 
and refunding bonds 

Interest on Purdue Univer 
sity bonds 

Interest on Indiana CJniver 
sity bonds (Permaaent En- 
dowment Fund) 

State Tax Commissioners' 
salaries and expenses 

Salaries Custodian, janitors 
and watchmen 

Salaries Engineer, assistante 
and fireman 

Heating State Building 

Water and ice, State Build 

^ing 

Illuminating State Building 

Custodian's repair fund 

Engineer's repair fund 

State Board of Charities 

Live Stock Sanitary Com- 
mission 

State Agent's salary 

Indiana Militia 

Legislative expenses, 1897 ... 



Total 



185,000 
65,000 

45,000 

45,000 

225,000 

17,000 

7,200 

6,000 

1-2,500 

6,000 
7,000 

2,500 
•2,500 
3,000 
2,o00 
5,000 

5,000 

500 

37,000 



1897. 

$85,000 
65,000 

45,000 

45,000 

225,000 

17,000 

7,200 

6,000 

12,500 

6,000 
7,000 

2,500 
2,500 
3,000 
2,500 
5,000 

5,000 

500 

37,000 

105,000 



$1,959,950 



$2,064,950 



2 — VUDITOK. 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS. 



STATEMENT 



Showing Condensed Exhibit of the Balance in the State Treasury 
by Funds, November 1, 1893; also, the Amounts Received and 
Disbursed from the Several Funds During the Fiscal Year 
Ending October 31, 1894.. 



Amount of cash in Treasury Oc- 
tober 31, 1893 

Balance in General Fund 

School revenue for tuition ... 

College Fund 

College Fund interest, 

Permanent Endowm't Fund 
Indiana University 

Permanent Endowm't Fund 
Indiana University, inter- 
est 

Unclaimed estates 

Common School Fund 

Swamp landp 

Excess of bids, Sinking Fund 

State Debt Sinking Fund 

Surplus Revenue Fund 

Escheated estates 

Sale of lands 

Sale of University and Col 
lege Fund lands 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monu- 
ment Fund 



Total 



$187,328 


1 
77 


14,028 


82 


6,956 


09 


124 


40 


301 


04 


83 


02 


22,505 


25 


5,732 


70 


13,525 


45 


2,023 


25 


467 


78 


500 


00 


1,278 


56 


7,940 


23 


18,667 


52 


91,17i 


87 



$872,637 75 



$372,637 75 



19 



Receipts from all Sources Daring the Fiscal Year Ending October 

31, 189J^. 



Q-eneral Fund net receipts 


$2,5^8,771 
-21,52;^ 


16 
00 




Advanced by counties 






$2,770,296 16 
662,319 54 
195,lti9 80 

28,190 85 


Benevolent Institution Fund 

State Debt Sinking Fund 






Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument 
Fund 


School Revenue for Tuition 

College Fund 

College Fund interest 


2,661,893 45 

17,3^2 93 

8,474 91 

2,979 43 

105,366 78 

23,5 -'4 85 
334 45 


Unclaimed estates 

Permanent Endowment Fund In- 
diana University 


Permanent Endowment Fund In 

diana University interest 

Sale of State lands ..,.. 


Sale University and College Fund 
lands 


396 75 






Total receipts from all sources ... 

Additional cash balance in Treas- 
ury October 31, 1893 


$6,476,329 90 
372,637 75 






Making total receipt including 
balance 


$6,848,967 65 





Disbursements from all Sources During the Fiscal Year Ending 

October SI, 1894.. 



From General Fund 

Benevol'nt Institut'n Fund 

State Debt Sinking Fund.. 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Mon- 
ument Fund 

School revenue for tuition .. 

College Fund 

College Fund interest 

Unclaimed estates 

Permanent Endowment 
Fund, Indiana (Jniv'rsity 



2,787,267 
662,319 


25 

54 


195,169 


80 


16,535 

2,640,297 

23,015 


80 
30 
00 


5,037 
2,213 


90 
36 


104,250 


00 



20 



From Permanent Endowment 
Fund, Indiana Univer- 
sity interest 


$15,799 
1,508 

5,000 
42 


36 
50 

00 
55 




Sale of State lands 




Sale of University and Col 
lege Fund lands 




Swamp Land Fund 








Total disbursements 

Which, being deducted from total 
receipts ($6,848,967.65), leaves 
cash in Treasury October 31, 
1894 


1170,357 

102,829 

35,624 

1,595 

3,561 

23,271 

1,417 

7,808 
6,766 

13,792 

13,482 

1,278 

467 

5,7.H2 

2,023 

500 


68 

92 
97 
52 
41 
32 

82 

51 

18 

77 
90 
56 
78 
70 
25 
00 


$6,458,456 36 
390,5 U 29 


The balance of cash in the Treas- 
ury October 31, 1894, are the 
balances of the various funds, 
as follows: 

General Fund 


Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument 

Fund 

School Revenue for Tuition 

College Fund 




College Fund interest 




Unclaimed estates 




Permanent Endowment Fund, 
Indiana University 




Permament Endowment Fund, 
Indiana University, interest 

Sale of State lands 

Sale University and College Fund 
lands 

Swamp Land Fund 




Escheated estates 

State Sinking Fund 

Common School Fund 




Excess bids Sinking Fund 




Surplus Revenue Fund 








Total 




390,511 29 







21 



STATEMENT 



Showing the Receipts and Disbursements of the State Treasury by 
Funds for the Fiscal Year Ending October 31, 1894.. 



RECEIPTS. 



GENERAL FUNDS. 

From State revenue, current taxes 
State revenue, delinquent 

taxes 

Docket fees. Circuit Court.. 
Insurance fees and taxes, 

Auditor of State 

Incorporation fees, Secre- 
tary of State 

State teachers' certificates... 

Bureau of Statistics 

Central Hospital Insane. 

earnings 

Central Hospital Insane, re 

ceipts from counties 

Northern Hospital Insane. 

earnings 

Northern Hospital Insane, 

receipts from counties 

Eastern Hospital Insam , 

earnings 

Eastern Hospital Insane, re 

ceipts from counties 

Southern Hospital Insane. 

earnings 

Southern Hospital Insane. 

receipts from counties 

Deaf and Dumb Institute. 

earnings 

Deaf and Dumb Institute. 

receipts from counties 

Deaf and Dumb Institute, 

industrial proceeds 

Blind Institute, earnings.... 
Blindlnstitute, receipts from 

counties 

Blind Institute, industrial 

proceeds 



,384,448 


52 


57,962 
6,963 


m 
■li) 


140,263 


75 


49,928 
75 
41 


40 
00 
88 


1,766 


13 



10,6t>2 65 

155 34 

2,783 45 

6! 85 

2,559 15 

128 30 

2,377 44 

37 77 

1,664 04 

1,368 72 
35 2y 

333 73 

643 12 



22 



RECEIPTS— Continued. 



From School for Feeble-Minded 
Youth, earnings 


u 

480 
3,092 

11,398 

446 

29,021 
98,672 
55,118 

20,000 

3,046 

4 

919 

662,319 

221,525 


20 
07 
07 

02 

35 

65 
79 
18 

00 

30 
00 
31 

54 

00 




School for Feeble-Minded 
Youth, industrial proceeds 

Reform School for Girls and 
Woman's Prison, earnings 

Reform School for Girls and 
Woman's Prison, receipts 
from counties 




Reform School for Boys, 
earnings 




Reform School for Boys, 

receipts from counties 

State Prison ISTorth, earnings 

State Prison South, earnings 

Purdue University, U. S. 

appropriation 




Soldiers' and Sailors' Monu- 
ment, receipts and earn- 
inffs 




County tax transferred 

Miscellaneous receipts 

Transfer of Benevolent In- 
stitution Fund 




Advance payments by coun- 
ties 








Total receipts to the Gen- 
eral Fund 

By deducting from the 
amount the sum of ad- 
vance payments made by 
counties for temporary re- 
lief of the Treasury 


$1,442,411 

6,963 

140,263 

49,928 
25,0o0 
43,9. J 8 


18 
20 
75 
40 
09 
09 


$2,770,296 16 
221,525 00 






Leaving net receipts to the 
General Fund 

SUMMARY. 

From Taxation 


$2,548,771 16 


Judiciary 




Insurance Department 

Incorporation fees 




Benevolent Institutions 

Reformatory institutions.... 





23 



KECEIPTS— Continued. 



From Penal institutions 

U. S. Treasurer (Purdue 
University) 

Soldiers' and iSailors' Monu- 
ment Commission 

Transfer Benevolent Insti- 
tution Fund 

State teachers' certilicatea... 

Bureau of Statistics 

County tax transferred 

Miscellaneous receipts 



Total 



Add to above amounts the 
advance payments made 
by County Treasurers 



Total receipts to fund . 

SCHOOL REVENUE FOR TUITION FUND 

From School tax, current 

School tax, delinquent 

School fund interest 

School revenue apportioii 

ment 

Unclaimed fees 



Total receipts to fund. .. 

BENEVOLENT INSTITUTION FUND. 

From Current taxep 

Delinquent taxes 



Total receipts to fund... 

STATE DEBT SINKING FUND. 

From current taxe? 

Total receipts to fund .. 



5153,790 97 

20,000 00 

3,046 30 

662,319 54 

75 00 

41 3:^ 

4 00 

919 31 



.,839,09) 14 
100,346 54 
441,092 31 

277,658 30 
3,705 16 



38,934 39 
23,385 15 



$195,169 80 



,548,771 16 



221,525 00 



J70,296 16 



2,661,893 45 



662,319 54 



195,169 80 



24 



RECEIPTS— Continued. 



STATE soldiers' AND SAILORS' MON- 






UMENT FUND. 






From current taxes 

Delinquent taxes 


$2o,232 88 
1,957 97 








Total receipts to fund.... 




$28,190 85 


COLLEGE FUND. 






From payment of loans 


$12,882 93 
5,000 00 




University and College 
Fund transfers 








Total receipts to fund.. 




17,882 93 


COLLEGE FUND INTEREST. 






From collection of interest 


$8,474 91 




Total receipts to fund.... 




8,474 91 


PERMANENT ENDOWMENT FUND, INDI- 






ANA UNIVERSITY. 






From current taxes 


$58,417 46 
1,961 32 

44,988 00 




Delinquent taxes 




Payment of loans 








Total receipts to fund.... 




105,366 78 


PERMANENT ENDOWMENT FUND, INDI- 






ANA UNIVERSITY INTEREST. 






From collection of interest 


$22,777 05 
747 80 




Collection of costs 








Total receipts to fund.... 




23,524 85 


SALE OF STATE LANDS. 






From sale of lands. 


$384 45 




Total receipts to fund.... 




334 45 



25 



RECEIPTS— Continued . 



SALE UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE FUND 






LANDS. 






From sale of lands 


$396 75 


• 






Total receipts to fund.... 




$396 76 


UNCLAIMED ESTATES. 






From estates without heird 


$2,979 43 




Total receipts to fund.... 




2,979 43 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



GENERAL FUND. 

For Governor's salary 

Governor's private secretary's 
salary 

Governor's clerk's salary 

Governor's messenger's sal- 
ary .^ 

Governor's office expenses ... 

Governor's military conting- 
ent expenses 

Governor's civil contingent 
expenses 

Lieutenant-Governor's salary 

Adjutant-General's salary..... 

Adjutant - General's clerk's 
salary 

Quartermaster- General's sal 
ary 

Secretary of State's salary.... 

Secretary of State's deputy's 
salary 

Secretary of State's clerk's 
salary , 

Secretary of State's messen- 
ger's salary 



$5,000 00 

1 


1,800 
1,000 


00 
00 


720 
500 


00 
00 


1,995 


14 


897 
1,000 
1,200 


85 
00 
00 


720 


00 


600 
3,500 


00 
00 


1,500 


00 


800 


00 


300 


00 



26 



DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



For Secretary of State's office ex- 
penses 

Clerk Printing Bureau, salary 

Auditor of State's salary 

Auditor of State's deputy and 
settlement clerk's salaries.. 

Auditor of State's land and 
insurance clerks' salaries... 

Auditor of State's steno- 
grapher's salary. 

Auditor of State's office ex 
penses 

Treasurer of State's salary.... 

Treasurer of State's deputy's 
salary 

Treasurer of State's night- 
watchman's salary 

Treasurer of State's office ex- 
penses 

Attorney- General's salary 

Attorney-General's deputy 
and clerk's salary... 

Attorney-General's messen- 
ger's salary 

Attorney-General's office ex- 
penses 

Attorney- General's fees 

Attorney- General's lawbooks 

Superintendent Public In- 
struction, salary 

Superintendent Public In- 
struction's clerks' salaries.. 

Superintendent Public In- 
struction, traveling ex- 
penses 

Superintendent Public In- 
struction, office expenses... 

State Board of Education.... 

State Librarian's salary 

State Librarian's assistants' 
salary 

State Librarian, books and 
binding 

State Librarian, office ex- 
penses and distribution of 
documents 



$600 00 
1,200 00 
4,000 00 


2,800 


00 


2,400 


00 


600 


00 


1,000 
3,000 


00 
00 


1,500 


00 


720 


00 


300 
2,500 


00 
00 


2,600 


00 


300 


00 


500 
31,679 

28 


00 
79 
00 


2,500 


00 


2,700 


00 


600 


00 


766 
2,240 
1,500 


66 
61 
00 


1,999 


82 


947 


81 


425 


93 



27 



DISBUESEMENTS— Continued. 



For State Library, janitor's sal 
arj 

State Mine Inspector's salary 

State Mine Inspector's ex 
penses 

State Mine Inspector's assist- 
ant's salary 

Commissioner of Fisheries, 
salary 

Commissioner of Fisheries, 
expenses ..... 

Bureau of Statistics 

Board of State Charities 

State Board of Health 

State Geologist's salary 

Department of Geology and 
JSTatural Resources 

Supervisor Natural Gas, sal 
ary.... 

Supervisor Natural Gas, ex- 
penses 

State Horticultural Society... 

State Live Stock Sanitary 
Commission 

State Tax Commissioners' 
salaries 

State Tax Commissioners' 
expenses 

State Board Tax Commis- 
sioners' expenses 

Custodian State Building, sal- 
ary 

Custodian State Building, 
assistants 

Custodian State Building, 
repairs 

Water and Ice, State Build- 

ii^g 

Illuminating State Building. 
Repair of Roof, State Build 

ing 

Engineer State Building, 

salary 

Engineer State Building, 

assistants 



$720 
1,200 


00 
00 


600 


00 


1,000 


00 


300 


00 


500 
9,041 
5,000 
5,002 
2,000 


00 
'66 

00 
00 
00 


2,499 


58 


1,200 


00 


600 

1,000 


00 
00 


4,853 


22 


4,000 


00 


2,000 


00 


13,845 


15 


1,500 


00 


10,964 


00 


3,000 


00 


2,071 
2,500 


75 
00 


259 


50 


1,500 

4.500 


00 
00 



28 



DISBUESEM ENT8— Contin ued . 



For Engineer State Building, 
repairH 

Heating State Building 

Indiana Militia 

Supreme Court Judges' sal- 
aries 

Supreme Court Law Librar- 
ian's salary 

Supreme Court Sheriti's sal 
ary 

Supreme Court Messenger's 
salary 

Supreme Court Otitice ex- 
penses 

Supreme Court Library 

Distribution Supreme and 
Appellate Court Reports... 

Supreme Court Reporters' 
salary 

Supreme Court Reporter's 
Assistant's salary 

Supreme Court Reporters' 

Office expenses 

« Appellate Court Judges' sal- 
aries 

Appellate Court Sheriii's sal- 
• ary 

Appellate Court Messenger's 
salary 

Appellate Court Office ex- 
penses 

Superior Court Judges' sal- 
aries 

Circuit Court Judges' sal- 
aries 

Prosecuting Attorneys' sal- 
aries 

Sheriffs' Mileage 

Central Hospital Insane, 
maintenance 

Central Hospital Insane, 
clothing 

Central Hospital Insane, 
repairs 

Central Hospital Insane, 
sewers 



$2,499 
6,998 


6Q 

98 


22,360 


71 


20,000 


00 


1,500 


00 


500 


00 


900 


00 


1,999 
2,000 


80 
00 


1,200 


00 


4,000 


00 


1,500 


00 


200 


00 


17,500 


00 


270 


83 


720 


00 


2,000 


00 


17,500 


00 


187,500 


00 


27,379 
20,066 


44 
17 


259,962 


51 


11,908 


67 


14,732 


43 


2,764 


66 



29 



DISBURSEMENTS— Continued 



Por Northern Hospital Insane, 
maintenance 

Northern Hospital Insane, 
repairs and additional 
rooms 

Eastern Hospital Insane, 
maintenance 

Southern Hospital Insane, 
maintenance 

Deaf and Dumb Institute, 
maintenance , 

Deaf and Dumb Institute, 
repairs 

Deaf and Dumb Institute, 
ice houses 

Blind Institute, maintenance. 

Blind Institute, repairs 

School Feeble-Minded Y'th, 
maintenance 

School Feeble Minded Y'th, 
officers' salaries 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Or- 
phans' Home, maintenance. 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Or- 
phans' Home, repairs 

Soldiers' and Sailors Or- 
phans' Home, library , 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Or- 
phans' Home, wells, sew- 
ers, etc 

Reform School for Girls and 
Woman's Prison, mainte- 
nance 

Reform School for Boys, 
maintenance 

Reform School for Boys, 
addition to administration 
building 

State Prison North, main- 
tenance 

State Prison North, machin- 
ery and wash-house 

State Prison North, dining 
hall and chapel 

State Prison North, paving 
drives and walks 



$94,818 49 


10,000 


00 


94,882 


96 


79,806 


81 


61,358 


72 


4,998 


60 


1,000 

30,134 

2,999 


00 
24 
14 


80,472 


88 


4,281 


65 


100,000 


00 


1,000 


00 


200 


00 


460 


OL 


45,000 


00 


65,000 


00 


2,000 


00 


100,000 


00 


110 


91 


47 


88 


1,531 


60 



30 



DISBURSEMENTS- Continued. 



For State Prison North, baker j 
and kitchen improvements 

State Prison JSTorth, building 
water- works 

State Prison North, repair of 
walls 

State Prison South, main- 
tenance 

Indiana University, annual 
appropriation 

Indiana University, assem 
bly and recitation building 

Purdue University, annual 
appropriation 

Purdue University, U. S. ap 
propriation 

Purdue University, labora 
tory and recitation rooms.. 

Purdue University, County 
Agricultural Institutes 

State Normal School, annual 
appropriation 

State Normal School, Board 
of Visitor? 

State Normal School, labora- 
tory and recitation build'g. 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monu- 
ment, construction acc't ... 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monu- 
ment, incidental account... 

Tippecanoe Battle Ground... 

Removal lime stone ledge, 
Kankakee River 

Puplic printing and advertis 
ing 

Public stationery 

Election ballot? 

Premium on bonds 

Preventing spread of conta 
gious diseases 

Special appropriations, 1898. 

Interest on new State House 
loan 

Interest on temporary loan 
bonds 

Interest on refunding bonds. 



$3,000 00 
11,877 32 

330 65 
85,000 00 
40,000 00 
25,000 00 
30,000 00 
20,000 00 
25,000 00 
5,000 00 
10,000 00 

169 00 

20,000 00 

14,321 28 

11,818 17 
300 00 

22,397 40 

40,886 65 

2,552 39 

13,532 05 

300 00 

917 21 
50 10 

17,517 50 

92,208 78 
20,495 50 



31 



DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



For Interest, School Fund re- 
funding bonds 

Interest, Permanent Endow- 
ment Fund, Indiana Uni- 
versity bonds 

Interest, Purdue University 
bonds 

Payment of temporary inter- 
est loan bonds of 1889 

Payment on temporary loan 
bonds of 1885 

Monument to ex-Governor 
Jonathan Jennings 

Indexing Supreme Court rec- 
ords 

Miscellaneous receipts and 
expenditures 

State revenue advanced by 
counties 

Total disbursements from 
the General Fund 

SCHOOL REVENUE FOR TUITION FUND. 

For disbursements to counties.... 
State Kormal School 

Total disbursements 

BENEVOLENT INSTITUTION FUND. 

For transfer to General Fund 

Total disbursements 

STATE DEBT SINKING FUND. 

For payment on temporary loan 
bonds of 1885.. ". 

Total disbursements 



$117,267 16 

7,200 00 

17,000 00 

370,370 00 

5,030 20 

500 00 

3,500 00 

1,535 00 

221,525 00 



.$2,610,297 30 
30,000 00 



$2,787,267 25 



,319 54 



$195,169 80 



2,640,297 30 



662,319 54 



195,169 80 



32 



DISRUKSEMENTS— Continued. 



STATE soldiers' AND SAILORS' MON 










UMENT FUND. 

4 










For construction 


$16,535 


80 


$16,535 








Total disbursements 






80 


COLLEGE FUND. 










For loans made during the year.. 


$23,015 


00 


23,0 ! 5 




Total disbursements 






00 


COLLEGE FUND INTEREST. 










For Indiana University, salaries.. 
Expense? 


$4,800 

234 

3 


00 
40 
50 


5,037 




Rebate 








Total disbursements 






90 


PERMANENT ENDOWMENT FUND, IN- 










DIANA UNIVERSITY. 










For loans made during the year.. 


$104,250 


00 


104,250 




Total disbursements 






00 


PERMANENT ENDOWMENT FUND, IN- 










DIANA UNIVERSITY, INTEREST. 










For Indiana LFniversity, salaries.. 
Interest expensep 


$15,000 
461 

338 


00 
36 
00 


15,7^19 




Interest rebate 








Total disbursement? 






3S 


UNCLAIMED ESTATES. 










For disbursements to heir? ... . 


$2,213 


36 


i\213 








Total disbursement s 






36 



33 



DISBUKSEMENTS-Contin ued. 



SALE OF LANDS (PERMANENT COMMON 
SCHOOL fund). 

For advertisiDg, appraising and 
other expenses... 


$1,508 50 


- 






Total disbursements 

SALE UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE 
FUND LANDS. 

For transfer to college fund 


$5,000 00 


$1,508 50 


Total disbursements 

SWAMP LAND FUND. 

For expense of sales 


$42 55 


5,000 00 






Total disbursements 

FUNDS UNDISTUEBED DURING THE 
YEAR. 

Escheated Estates 


$1,278 56 

467 78 

5,732 70 

2,02 .^ 25 

600 00 


42 55 


State Sinking Fund 

Common School Fund 




Excess Bids Sinking Fund... 
Surplus Revenue Fund........ 




Total....! 


$372,637 75 
6,476,b29 90 


10 002 29 


summary: 

Balance cash in Treasury 
November 1, 1893 




Cash receipts during the year. 




Total 




6,848,967 65 
6,458,456 36 


Deduct cash disbursements 
during the year 


Leaves cash balance charge- 
able against Treasurer No- 
vember 1, 1894 


$390,511 29 



3 — Auditor. 



34 



CLASSIFICATION 



Heceipts to the General Fund for the Fiscal Year Ending October 

31, 1894. 



BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

From Central Hospital Insane : 
Earninffs 


$1,766 13 
10,662 55 




Receipts from counties 




Total 


$155 34 
2,783 45 


$12,428 68 


From Northern Hospital Insane : 
, Earnings 




Receipts from counties 




Total 


$61 85 
2,559 15 


2,938 79 


From Eastern Hospital Insane : 
EarninfiTS 




Receipts from counties 




Total 


$128 30 
2,377 41 


2,621 00 


From Southern Hospital Insane : 
Earnings 




Receipts from counties 




Total 


$37 77 
1,664 04 
1,358 72 


2,505 74 


From Institution for Deaf and 
Dumb : 
Earnings 




Receipts from counties 

Industrial proceeds 








Total 


$35 23 
333 73 
643 12 


3,060 53 


From Institute for Blind : 

Earnings 




Receipts from counties 

Industrial proceeds 








Total 




1,012 08 



35 



CLASSIFICATION OF KECEIPTS— Continued. 



From School for Feeble-Minded 
Youth : 
Earnings 


$3 20 
480 07 




Industrial proceeds 








Total 


$98,672 79 
55,118 18 


$483 27 






Total receipts from 
benevolent Institu- 
tions 


$25,050 09 


PENAL AND REFORMATORY INSTITU- 
TIONS. 

From State Prison North : 

Earnings 




From State Prison South : 

Earnings 








Total 


$446 35 
29,021 65 


153,790 97 


From Reform School for Boys : 
Earnings 


Receipts from counties 




Total 


$C,092 07 
11,398 02 


$29,468 00 


From Reform School for Girls' 

and Woman's Prison : 

Earnings 


Receipts from counties 




Total receipts from 
penal and reforma- 
tory institutions 

TAXATION. 

From Current State revenue 

Delinquent State revenue.. 


$1,384,448 52 
57,962 66 


$14,490 09 


$197,749 06 


Total 




$1,442,411 18 



36 



CLASSIFICATION OF RECEIPTS— Continued. 



INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. 

From Fees and taxes 

Total 

INCORPORATIONS. 

From Fees for incorporation 

Total 

UNITED STATES APPROPRIATION FOR 
PURDUE UNIVERSITY AGRICULTUKAL 
COLLEGE. 

From U. S. Treasurer 

Total 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

From State teachers' certificates. 

Bureau ot Statistics 

County tax transferred 

Miscellaneous receipts 

Transfer Benevolent Insti- 
tution fund 

Advance payments by 
counties 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Mon 
ument earnings 

Docket fees, Circuit Court. 

Total 

SUMMARY. 

From Benevolent Institutions.... 
Penal and Reformatory In- 
stitutions 

Taxation 

Ipsurance department 

Incorporations 




,928 40 



120,000 


00 


$75 


00 


41 


38 


4 


00 


919 


31 


662,319 


54 


221,525 


00 


3,046 


30 


6,9 () 3 


20 



25,050 09 

197.749 06 

1,442,411 18 

140,2H3 75 

49,928 40 



$140,-i63 75 



49,928 40 



20,000 00 



894,893 68 



37 



CLASSIFICATION OF RECEIPTS— Continued. 



From U. S. Treasurer for Purdue 
University 


20,000 00 
894,898 6« 




Miscellaneous'. 








Total 




$2,770,296 16 
221,525 00 


Deduct from above amount 
the advance payments 
made by County Treas- 
uers 






Leaves actual net receipts 
to the General Fund, 
from all sources 


$2,548,771 16 





CLASSIFICATION OF DISBURSEMENTS 



FROM THE 



General Fund for the Fiscal Year Ending October 31, 1894.. 



GOVERNOK S OFFICE. 

For Governor's salary 

Governor's Private Secre 
tary = 

Governor's Clerk 

Governor's Messenger 

Governor's Office expenses... 

Governor's Military Contin- 
gent expenses 

Governor's Civil Contingent 
expenses 

Adjutant- General's salary 

Adjutant- General's Clerk 

Quartermaster- General's sal- 
ary 

Total 



$5,000 000 

1,800 00 

1,^00 00 

720 00 

500 00 

1,995 14 

897 85 

1,200 00 

720 00 

600 00 



$14,432 99 



38 



CLASSIFICATION OF DISBURSEMENTS-Continued. 



LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR. 

For Lieutenant-Governor's sal- 
ar V 


1 
11,000 00 








Total 


$3,500 00 

1,500 00 

800 00 

300 00 

600 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 


$1,000 00 


SECRETARY OF STATE's OFFICE. 

For Secretary of State's salary ... 
Secretary of State's Deputy.. 
Secretary of State's Clerk ... 
Secretary of State's Messen- 

prpr 




Secretary of State's office ex- 
penses 




Clerk Printing Bureau sal- 
arv 




Distribution Supreme and 
Appellate Court reports ... 




Total 


$4,000 00 

2,800 00 

2,400 00 

600 00 

1,000 00 


9,100 000 


AUDITOR OF state's OFFICE. 

For Auditor of State's salary 

Auditor of State's Deputy 

and Settlement Clerk 

Auditor of State's land and 
insurance clerks 




Auditor of State's stenog- 
rapher 




Auditor of State's office ex- 
penses 








Total 


$3,000 00 
1,500 00 

720 00 

300 00 


10,800 00 


TREASURER OF STATE's OFFICE. 

For Treasurer of State's salary... 

Treasurer of State's deputy.. 

Treasurer of State's nighi 

watchman . 




Treasurer of State's office 
expenses 








Total 




5,520 00 



39 



CLASSIFICATION OF DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



ATTORNEY- GENERAL S OFFICE. 

For Attorney-General's salary.... 

Attorney- General's deputy 
and clerk 

Attorney- General's messen- 
ger 

Attorney- General's office ex- 
penses 

Attorney- General's fees 

Attorney- General'slaw books 

Total 

SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC INSTRUC- 
TION'S OFFICE. 

For^^Superintendent's salary 

Superintendent's clerks 

Superintendent's traveling 

expenses 

Superintendent's office ex 

penses 

Total 

STATE LIBRARY. 

For Librarian's salary 

Librarian's assistant 

Books and binding 

Office expenses and distribu- 
tion of documents 

Janitor's salary 

Total 

DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY AND NAT- 
URAL RESOURCES. 

For Geologist's salary 

Department expenditures 

State Mine Inspector's salary 
State Mine Inspector's As- 
sistant 



$2,500 


00 


2,600 


00 


300 


00 


500 
31,679 

28 


00 
79 
00 



$2,500 00 

2,700 00 

600 00 

766 66 



>1,500 00 

1,999 82 
947 81 

425 93 
720 00 



$2,000 00 

2,499 58 

1,200 00 

1,000 00 



$37,607 79 



6,^6Q 66 



5,593 56 



40 



CLASSIFICATION OF DISBUKSEMENTS— Continued. 



For State Mine Inspector's ex 
penses 

Supervisor Natural Gas, sal 
ary 

Supervisor Natural Gas, ex- 
penses 

Total 

BUKEAUS AND DEPARTMENTS. 

For State Board of Education.... 

Commissioner of Fisheries... 

Bureau of Statistics 

Board of State Charities 

State Board of Health 

State Horticultural Society... 

State Live Stock Sanitary 
Commission 

Indiana Militia... 

Board of State Tax Commis- 
sioners 

Total 

STATE HOUSE. 

For Custodian, Janitors, watch- 
men and laborers' salaries. 

Repairs and supplies 

Water and ice 

Illuminating 

Repair of roof 

Total 

For Engineer and Assistant's sal 

aries 

Repairs and supplies 

Heating State Building 

Total 



$600 00 

1,200 00 

600 00 



^2,240 61 
800 00 
9,041 33 
5,000 00 
5,002 00 
1,000 00 

4,853 22 



22,360 


71 


19,845 


15 


1 

$12,464 


00 


3,000 


00 


2,071 


75 


2,500 


00 


259 


50 


$6,000 


00 


2,499 


66 


6,998 


98 







,099 58 



70,148 02 



20,295 25 



15,498 64 



41 



CLASSIFICATION OF DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



JUDICIARY. 

For Supreme Court Judges' sal 
aries 


$20,000 00 

1.500 00 

900 00 

500 00 

1,999 80 
2,000 00 




Supreme Court Librarian 

Supreme Court Messenger ... 
Supreme Court Sherifl 




Supreme Court office ex- 
penses 




Supreme Court Library 




Total 


$17,500 00 
270 83 
720 00 

2,000 00 


$26,899 80 


For Appellate Court Judges' sal- 
aries 


Appellate Court Sherifl:' 

Appellate Court Messenger.. 
Appellate Court office ex- 
penses 








Total 


$4,000 00 

1,500 00 

200 00 


20,490 83 


For Supreme Court Reporter's 
salary 


Supreme Court Reporter's 
assistant 




Supreme Court Reporter's 
office expenses 








Total o 


$17,500 00 

137,500 00 

27,379 44 
20,066 17 


5,700 00 


For Superior Court Judges' sal- 
aries 


Circuit Court Judges' sal- 
aries , 




Prosecuting Attorneys' sal- 
aries 




Sheriff's mileage 








Total 




202,445 61 






Total expenses of State Judiciary. 


$255,536 24 



42 



CLASSIFICATION OF DISBURSEMENTS— Centinued. 



BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

For Central Hospital for Insane, 

maintenance 

Clothing 

Repairs 

Sewers 

Total 

For Northern Hospital for In- 
sane, maintenance 

Repairs and additional rooms 

Total 

For Eastern Hospital Insane, 
maintenance 

Total 

For Southern Hospital Insane, 
maintenance 

Total 

For Institution for Deaf and 

Dumb, maintenance 

Repairs 

Ice houses 

Total 

For Institution for Blind, main- 
tenance 

Repairs 

Total 

For School for Feeble-Minded 

Youth, maintenance 

Officers' salaries 

Total 



$259,962 51 

11,908 67 

14,732 43 

2,764 66 



$94,818 49 
10,000 00 



$94,882 96 



$79,806 81 



)1,358 72 

4,998 60 
1,000 00 



$30,134 24 
2,999 14 



,472 88 
4,281 65 



$289,368 27 



104,818 49 



94,882 96 



79,806 81 



67,357 32 



33,133 38 



84,754 53 



43 



CLASSIFICATION OF DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



For Soldiers' and Sailors' Or- 
phans' Home, maintenance 

Repairs 

Library 

Wells, sewers, etc 

Total 

Total expenses of benev- 
olent institutions 

PENAL AND REFORMATORY INSTITU- 
TIONS. 

For State Prison North, main- 
tenance 

Machinery and wash house... 

Dining hall and chapel 

Paving drives and walks 

Bakery and kitchen improve- 
ments 

Building waterworks 

Repair of walls 

Total 

For State Prison South, main- 
tenance 

Total 

For Reform School for Boys, 

maintenance 

Addition to Administration 
Building 

Total 

For Reform School for Girls and 
Women's Prison, mainte- 
nance 

Total 

Total expense of Penal and 
Reformatory Institutions.. 



$100,000 00 

1,000 00 

200 00 

460 01 



$100,000 00 

110 91 

47 88 

1,531 60 




3,000 00 

11,877 32 

330 65 






116,898 36 


$85,000 00 






$85,000 00 


$65,000 00 




2,000 00 





$101,660 01 



3855,781 il 



$45,000 00 



67,000 00 



45,000 00 



113,898 36 



44 



CLASSIFICATION OF DISBUESEMENT8— Continued. 



EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS. 

For Indiana University, annual 
appropriation 


$40,000 00 

25,000 00 
7,200 00 




Assembly and Recitation 
Buildinff 




Interest on bonds 








Total 


$30,000 00 
20,000 00 

25,000 00 

5,000 00 
17,000 00 


$72,200 00 


For Purdue University, annual 
appropriation 


U. S. Appropriation 




Laboratory and Recitation 
rooms 




County Agricultural Insti- 
tutes 




Interest on bonds 




Total 


$10,000 00 
169 00 

20,000 00 


97,000 00 


For State Normal School, annual 
appropriation 


I3oard of Visitors 




Laboratory and recitation 
building 








Total 


$14,321 28 
11,818 17 


30,169 00 






Total expense of educational 
institutions 


$199,369 00 


soldiers' and sailors' monument. 

For construction account 

Incidentals account 






Total 

PUBLIC PRINTING AND ADVERTISING. 

For public printing 


$40,886 65 
2,552 39 


26,139 45 


Public stationery. 








Total 




43,439 04 



45 



CLASSIFICATION OF DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



INTEREST ON STATE DEBT. 

For interest on new State House 
loan 


$17,517 

92,208 
20,495 

117,267 

7,200 
17,000 


50 

78 
50 

16 

00 

00 




Interest on temporary loan 
bonds 




Interest on refunding bonds. 

Interest School Fund, re 
funding bonds 

Interest, Permanent Endow- 
ment Fund, Indiana Uni- 
versity, bonds 




Interest, Purdue University 
bonds 




Total 


$370,370 
5,030 


00 
20 


$271,688 94 


PAYMENTS ON STATE DEBT. 

For payment of temporary inter- 
est, loan bonds of 1889 

Payment on temporary loan 
bonds, 1885 






Total 


$300 00 

22,397 40 

13,532 05 

300 00 

917 21 
50 10 

500 00 

$1,535 00 

3,500 00 


375,400 20 


MISCELLANEOUS. 

For Tippecanoe Battle Ground... 

Removal limestone ledge, 

Kankakee River 


Election ballots 




Premium on bonds 




Preventing spread of conta- 
gious diseases 




Special appropriation, 1893... 

Monument to ex- Governor 

Jonathan Jennings 




Miscellaneous receipts and 
expenditures 




Indexing Supreme Court rec- 
ords 





46 



CLA.SSIFICATION OF DISBURSEMENTS-Continued. 



For State revenue advanced by 
counties 

Total: 

Total disbursements from 
the General Fund 

SUMMARY. 

For Governor's office 

Lieutenant-Governor 

Secretary of State's office .... 

Auditor of State's office 

Treasurer of State's office ... 

Attorney General's office 

Superintendent Public In- 
struction 

State Library 

Department of Geology and 
Natural Resources 

State Boards, Bureaus and 
Departments 

State House 

Judiciary 

Benevolent Institutions 

Penal and Reformatory In- 
stitutions 

Educational Institutions 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monu- 
ment 

Public printing and adver- 
tising 

Interest on State debt 

Payments on State debt 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



$221,525 00 



$14,482 99 
1,000 00 
9,100 00 

10,800 00 
5,520 00 

37,607 79 

6,566 66 
5,593 56 

9,099 58 

70,143 02 

35,793 89 

255,536 24 

855,781 77 

313,898 36 

i99,369 00 
26,139 45 

43,439 04 

271,688 94 
375,400 20 
264,556 76 



$264,556 75 



1,787,267 25 



2,787,267 25 



47 



MONTHLY STATEMENT, 



Showing Amount of State Treasurer's Receipts Filed in This 

Office and the Amount of Warrants Issued Each Month 

During the Fiscal Year Ending October 31, 1894.. 

NOVEMBER, 1893. 



RECEIPTS. 

By balance cash in State Treas- 
ury, November 1, 1893 


$372,637 75 
45,293 05 




Keeeipts filed during the month.. 




Total 


$118,580 94 
299,349 86 


$417,930 80 


DISBURSEMENTS. 

Amount of warrants issued dur- 
ing the month 


Balance cash in Treasury No- 
vember 30, 1893 








Total 




417,930 80 





DECEMBER, 1893. 



RECEIPTS. 

By balance cash in Treasury De 

cember 1, 1893 

Receipts filed during the month. 

Total 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Amount of warrants issued dur 
ing the month 

Balance cash in Treasury Decern 
ber 31, 1893 

Total 



$299,349 86 
2,153,036 71 



»1,413,204 04 
1,039,182 53 



$2,452,386 57 



2,452,386 57 



48 



JANUARY, 1894. 



RECEIPTS. 

By balance cash in Treasury Jan- 
uary 1 1894 


$1,039,182 53 
280,040 40 




Receipts filed during the month.. 




Total 


$392,160 36 
927,062 57 


$1,319,222 93 


DISBURSEMENTS. 

Amount of warrants issued dur- 
i n o" the month 


Balance cash in Treasury Janu- 
ary 31 1894 




Total 






1,319,222 93 







FEBRUARY, 1894. 



RECEIPTS. 

By balance cash m Treasury 
Fphrnary 1 1894 


$927,0B2 57 
32,355 81 




Receipts filed during the month.. 




Total 


$130,465 45 

828,952 93 


$959,418 38 


DISBURSEMENTS. 

Amount of warrants issued dur- 

1 n o* fViP TYlont.Vl 




Balance cash in Treasury Febru- 
nrv 28 1894 








Total , 




959,418 38 







49 



MARCH, 1894. 



RECEIPTS. 

By balance cash in Treasury 

March 1, 1894 

Receipts filed during the month. 

Total... 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Amount of warrants issued dur- 
ing the month . 

Balance cash in Treasury March 
81, 1894 

Total 



$828,952 93 
324,040 21 



$828,869 28 
824,123 86 



[,152,998 14 



1,152,993 14 



APEIL, 1894. 



RECEIPTS. 

By balance cash in Treasury 
April 1, 1894 


$324,123 86 
239,353 36 




Receipts filed during the month.. 




Total 


$215,076 46 
848,400 77 


$563,477 22 


DISBURSEMENTS. 

Amount of warrants issued dur- 
ing the month , 

Balance cash in Treasury April 
30, 1894 






Total ,.. 




563,477 22 





4 — Auditor. 



50 



MAY, 1894. 



RECEIPTS. 

By balance cash in Treasury, May 
1, 1894 


$348,400 77 
2,242,030 54 




Receipts filed during the month.. 




Total 


$1,184,532 75 
1,405,898 56 


$2,590,431 81 


DISBURSEMENTS. 

Amount of warrants issued dur- 
insr the month 


Balance cash in Treasury May 31, 
1894 








Total 


' 


2,590,431 31 





JUNE, 1894. 



RECEIPTS. 

By balance cash in Treasury June 
1, 1894 


$1,405,898 56 
523,395 28 




Receipts filed during the month.. 




Total 


$718,216 39 
1,211,077 45 


$1,929,293 84 


DISBURSEMENTS. 

Amount of warrants issued during 
the month , 


Balance cash in Treasury June 
30, 18P4 








Total 




1 929 293 84 







51 



JULY. 1894. 



RECEIPTS. 

By balance cash in Treasury Julj 
"l, 1894 


$1,211,077 45 
98,780 44 




Receipts filed during the month... 




Total 


$242,.-^27 11 
1,067,530 78 


$1,309,857 89 


DISBURSEMENTS. 

Amount of warrants issued dur- 
ing the month 


Balance cash in Treasury July c], 
1894 








Total 




! 309.857 89 







AUGUST, 1894. 



RECEIPTS. 

By balance cash in Treasury Au- 
gust 1, 1894 

Receipts filed during the month... 


$1,057,530 78 
112,383 37 




Total 


$198,754 52 
981,159 63 


$1,179,914 15 


DISBURSEMENTS. 

Amount of warrants issued dur- 
ing the mouth 

Balance cash in Treasury August 
31, 1894 






Total 




1,179,914 15 





52 



SEPTEMBEE, 1894. 



RECEIPTS. 

By balance cash in Treasury Sep- 
tember 1, 1894 


$981,159 63 
35,634 11 




Receipts tiled during the month.. 




Total 


$154,442 96 
862,350 78 


$1,016,793 74 


DISBURSEMENTS. 

Amount of warrants issued dur- 
ing^ the month 


Balance cash in Treasury Sep- 
tember 30, 1894 








Total 




$1,016,793 74 





OCTOBER, 1894. 



RECEIPTS. 

By balance cash in Treasury Oc- 
tober 1, 1894 

Receipts filed during the month.. 

Total 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Amount of warrants issued dur- 
ing the month 

Balance cash in Treasury Octo- 
ber 31, 1894 

Total.... 



2,350 78 
389,986 62 



$861,826 11 
390,511 29 



[,252,337 40 



1,252,387 40 



53 



PUBLIC DEBT STATEMENT. 



Below is Given a Statement Showing the Amount of State Debt 
at the Close of the Fiscal Year, October 31, 1894- 



FOEEIGN DEBT. 



Five per cent. State stock certifi- 
cates, due and interest stopped. 

Two and one-half per cent. State 
stock certificates, due and in- 
terest stopped 

Three and one-half per cent, reg- 
istered funding bonds, tempo- 
rary loan, dated April 1, 1885, 
payable April 1, 1895, issued 
under the provisions of an act 
approved February 21,' 1885, 
and held as follows : 

German Savings Bank, in the 
city of New York 

Dry Dock Savings Institution, of 
the city of JSTew York 

Third National Bank, city of 
New York 

Total 

Three and one-half per cent, reg- 
istered bonds, temporary loan, 
issued under provisions of an 
act approved February 21, 1885, 
dated March 1, 1885, and pay- 
able at the pleasure of the State 
after March 1, 1890, due March 
1, 1895, held as follows: 

Dime Savings Bank of Brooklyn, 
New York 



$400,000 00 

100,000 00 

85,000 00 



$4,469 99 
2,145 13 



585,000 00 



400,000 00 



54 



FOREIGN DEBT— ContiBued. 



Three and one-half per cent, reg 
istered JSTew State H@u8e bonds, 
temporary loan, dated May 1, 
1885, payable May 1,1895, issued 
under the provisions of an act 
approved March 31, 1885, held 
as follows : 

Bowery Savings Bank, of the city 
of JS^ew York 

Third National Bank, of the city 
of New York 

Ausonia National Bank, of An 
sonia, Conn 

Germania Savings Bank, Kings 
County, N. Y 



Total. 



Three per cent, registered bonds, 
temporary loan, dated April 1, 
i88!^, and payable at the pleas 
ure of the State after April 1, 
1894, due April 1, 1899, beld by 
the German Savings Bank of 
the city of New York 



Total 

Three per cent, registered bonds 
temporary loan, dated Septem^ 
ber 20, 1889, and payable at the 
pleasure of the State after Sep 
tember 20, 1894, due September 
•20, 1899, held as follows: 

Mrs. Albertina S. Pyne, New 
York City 

South Brooklyn Savings Institu- 
tion, of Brooklyn, N. Y 

Auburn Savings Bank, of Au- 
burn, N. Y 

Western Savings Bank, of Buf- 
falo, N. Y 

Dry Dock Savings Institution, 
of New York 

Total 



1^400,000 00 
50,000 00 
•25,000 00 
25,000 00 



$500,000 00 



$700,000 00 



$50,000 00 
100,000 00 
50,000 00 
300,000 00 
200,000 00 



700,000 00 



700,000 oa 



55 



FOKEIGN I. EBT— Continued. 



Three per cent, refunding school 
fund bonds, dated June 18, 18s9. 
and payable at the pleasure of 
the State after June 18, 1899, 
due June 18, 1909, held as fol- 
lows : 

Williamsburgh Savings Bank, of 
Brooklyn,^. Y 

Emigrant Industrial Savings Bnk, 
of New York, N.Y 

East River Savings Institution, 
of New York 

Greenwich Savings Bank, of New 
York 

Poughkeepsie Savings Bank, of 
New York 

Fidelity and Casualty Co., of New 
York 

Charles and Max Fleischman, of 
New York 

Cohoes Savings Institution, Co- 
hoes, New York 

Seamen's Bank for Savings, New 
York 

Rochester Savings Bank 

South Brooklyn Savings Institn 
tion, of Brooklyn, N. Y 

Dry Dock Savings Institution, ol 
New York 

Monroe County Savings Bank, of 
Rochester, N. Y 

East Brooklyn Savings Bank, of 
New York 

Troy Savings Bank, of Troy, N. Y. 

Kate W.Winthrop,of New York. 

Grenville L. Winthrop, of New 
York City 

Charles W. Cox, New York City 

Total 



$1,500,000 00 

500,000 00 

i 00,000 00 

300,000 00 

200,000 00 

50,000 00 

15,000 00 

12,000 00 

40,000 00 
400,000 00 

200,000 00 

88,000 00 

100,000 00 

50,000 00 
50,000 00 
55,000 00 

20,000 00 
20,000 00 



;3,P05,000 00 



56 



FOREIGN DEBT— Continued. 



Three and one-half per cent, regis- 






tered bonds, temporary interest 






loan, dated March 2, 1891, and 






due March 2, lt96, held as fol- 






lows : 






Dry Dock Savings Institution, of 






New York 


$200,000 00 




llTewburgh Savings Bank, of New 






York 


100,000 00 








Total... 




$300,000 00 


Three and one-half per eent. regis- 




tered bonds, temporary refund- 






ing loan, issued under the pro- 






visions of the act of March 7, 






18H1, dated April 1, 1892, re- 






deemable after five years and 






payable April 1, 1901, held by 






the Bowery Savings Bank, of 






the City of New York City 


$340,000 00 




Total 




340,000 00 




Total foreign debt 


$7,436,615 12 





57 



DOMESTIC DEBT. 



Five per cent, bond held by Pur- 
due University at Lafayette, 
Ind., due April 1, 1901 


$60,000 00 
60,000 00 
24,000 00 


$840,000 00 


State University (Bloomington) 
bond, in custody of Treasurer 
of State, dated October 1, 1885, 
bearing 5 per cent, interest 

State University (Bloomington) 
bond, in custody of Treasurer 
of State, dated February 15, 
1887, bearing 5 per cent, interest 

State University (Bloomington) 
bond, in custody of Treasurer 
of State, dated September 1, 
1887, bearing 5 per cent, interest 


Total 




144,000 00 




Total domestic debt 


$484,000 00 


Total State debt 


$7,920,615 12 





58 



INTEREST ON PUBLIC DEBT. 



The Following is an Exhibit of Amount of Interest Due Annually 
on Each of the Issues of the Bonds of the State, and the Dates 
When the Same are Payable : 



INTEKE>^T ON FOREIGN DEBT. 



Funding bonds, temporary loan, 
principal, §580,000; interest, 
three and one-half per cent., 
payable April 1 and October 1 .. 
emporary loan bonds, principal, 
$400,000; interest, three and 
one-half per cent., payable 
September 1 and March 1 

New State House bonds, tempo- 
rary loan, principal, $500,000; 
interest, three and one-half per 
cent., payable May 1 and No- 
vember 1 - 

Temporary loan of 1889, princi- 
pal, $70':^,000; interest, three 
per cent., payable April 1 and 
October 1 

Temporary loan of 1889, princi- 
pal, $700,000; interest, three 
per cent., payable March 20 
and September 20 

School Fund refunding bonds of 
1889, principal, $3,905,000; in- 
terest, three per cent., payable 
June 18 and December 18 

Temporary interest loan of 1891, 
principal $300,000 ; interest, 
three and one-half per cent., 
payable March 2 and Septem- 
ber2 

Temporary refunding loan of 1892, 
principal, $340,000 ; interest, 
three and one-half per cent., 
payable April 1 and October 1.. 

Total interest on foreign debt 



$20,475 00 



14,000 00 



17,500 00 



21,000 00 



21,000 00 



117,150 00 



$10,500 00 



11,900 00 



1233,525 00 



59 



INTEREST ON DOMESTIC DEBT. 



Purdue University bonds, $340,- 
000, at 5 per cent, interest, pay- 
able quarterly, on the first days 
of January, April, July and 
October 

Indiana University bonds (Bloom- 
ington), $143,000, at 5 per cent, 
interest, payable semi-annually, 
on May 1 and November 1 

Total interest on domestic 
debt 

Total amount of interest... 



$17,000 00 



7,200 LO 



$24,200 00- 
$257,725 00 



60 



COLLEGE FUND. 



List of Borrowers pom the College Fund. 



ADAMS COUNTY. 



No. of 
Loan. 



Names of Borrowers. 



Date. 



1345 
1437 



Sales, Simeon 
Christ, Jacob 



January 8, 1888 
April 3, 1890 . 



ALLEN COUNTY. 



1439 



Bicknell, Ila J. 



April 24, 1890 



BAKTHOLOMEW COUNTY. 



453 




February 13, 1847 



BLACKFORD COUNTY. 



1157 Bolner, George A 

1238 Bolner, Amanda A 

1211 Dildine, Joseph 

1187 Hail, Franlc J 

1200 Lewis, Rachel . 

1408 Uom, Samuel R 

1409 Hellyer, J.J . 
1414 Lawson, Julia A 
1465 McGeath, Lewis H 
1467 Morton, Charles . . 
1470 Clore, Benjamin F . 
1474 Hudson, Mathias . 
1482 Hudson, Hortense 
1486 Twibell, Daniel C . 
1488 Sipe, George . . . 

1490 Coate, William L • 

1491 Stockton, Edwin W 

1497 Williams, Almeda J 

1498 Berrier. Alexander 

1499 Blair, Robert H . . 
1506 Rix, Noah E . . . 
1520 Alexander, W. G . 
1524 McGeath, Elizabeth 



June 23, 1880 . . 
October 2i), 1883 . 
March 10, 1883 . 
March 28, 1882 
September 22, 1882 
July 19, 1889 . . 
July 19, 1889 
September 14.1889 
July 29, 1891 . . 
September 23, 1891 
October 14, 1891 . 
November 4, 1891 
December 8, 1891 
December 30, 1891 
January 7, 1892 . 
February 4, 1892 . 
Fehniary 16. 1892 
March 11, 1892 . 
March 11, 1892 . 
March 11,1892 . 
March 30, 1892 . 
October 12, 1892 . 
November 14, 1892 



61 



BLACKFORD COUNTY— Continued. 



No. of 
Loan. 


Names of Borrowers. 


Date. 


Amount of 
Loan. 


1529 
1555 
1560 
1570 
1580 
1597 
1601 
1605 


Hudson, Joseph 

Arnold, Catherine C 

Brown, James W ...... . 

Miller, Jacob 

Rhoton, Lydia H 

Barber, Harriet ... .... 

Rhoton, Alva . . 

Gable, John C 


.January 26, 1893 . . . 
December 19, 1893 . . 
March 2, 1894 . . . . 
April 19, 1894 ... 
June 16, 1894 ... 
September 19, 1894 . . 
October 10, 1894 . . . 
October 29, 1894 . . . 


$500 00 
400 00 
500 00 
450 00 
350 00 
350 00 
300 00 
500 00 



BOONE COUNTY. 



Carter, Leonard . . 
Edward, John K. . 
Keeney, Peter. . . . 
Newman, Harmon . 
Poyner, Joseph. . . 
Guettal, .Jacob. . . 



September 1, 1884 . 
September 6, 1884. 
March 24, 1885. . 
November 12, 1864 
February 20, 1839. 
January v9, 1889. 



250 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
200 00 
500 00 



BROWN COUNTY. 



Arrick, Geo. W. . . 

Deaver, James and Mary C 

Dutton, Albert H 

Hester, James S 

Stump, Wm 

Whalen, Alfred S . . 



January 12, 1886 . . . 


500 00 


July 3, 1884. . 


500 00 


May 19, 1884. . . 


500 00 


July 24, 1871. . . . 


500 00 


March 13, 1890. . . . 


500 00 


Novemoer 20, 1890 . . 


350 00 



CARROLL COUNTY. 


1567 
1568 


Fellows, John M. ...... . 

Fellows, Samuel 


April 3, 
April 3, 


1894 

1894 


400 00 
500 00 


CLINTON COUNTY. 



Huffer, Wm. F. . . 
Lackey, Amanda J. 
Michaels, Elizabeth 



December 4, 1886, 
January 11, 1887 . 
January 30, 1884 . 



500 00 
400 00 
500 00 



FOUNTAIN COUNTY. 




March 19, 18S9. 



250 00 



62 



GRANT COUNTY. 



No. of 
Loan. 


Names of Borrowers. 


Date. 


Amount of 
Loan. 


752 


Case, L. R 


November 21, 1877 . . 


$500 CO 



GREENE COUNTY. 



1334 
1452 
1514 

1604 



Mason, Amelia B. 
Mason, Jesse B . 
Fulk, James D. . 
Wise, John W. . 



April 6. 1887. . 
October 28, 1890 
June 20, 1892 . 
October 27, 1894 



500 00 
500 00 
250 00 
300 00 



HAMILTON COUNTY. 



1301 
1285 
1402 
1552 
1586 



Jackson, James M . 
Mannix, James 
Boyd, Tbos. E. et al 
Heady, Martha E . 
Stuart, Simon D . . 



August 12, 1885 . 
October 2, 1884 . . 
May 14, 1689. . • 
December 6, 1893 
June 25, 1894 . . 



300 00 
500 00 
500 00 
400 00 
300 00 



HANCOCK COUNTY. 



1229 
984 
1324 
1255 
1421 



Foley, .Jesse .... 
Ryan, John W 
Wickward, David L 
Foley, Jesse A . . . 
Money, J T . . . . 



September 14, 1883 
December 14, 1871 
November 2, 1886 
February 18, 1884 
November 7, 1889 



300 00 
500 00 
500 00 
200 00 
400 00 



HENDRICKS COUNTY. 



897 
1422 
1428 
1501 
1592 
1606 



Fordyce, William B 
Harris, Nancy. 
Thompson, Eliza A 
Sims, Martha A. E . 
Lemon, Martha E . 
Hulsizer, William . 



March 21, 1885 . . 
November 23, 1889 
January 10, 1890 . 
March 17, 1892 . 
July 23, 1894 . 
October 29, 1894 . 



225 00 
355 00 
400 CO 
325 00 
500 00 
500 00 



63 



HOWAKD COUNTY. 



Names of Bobkowees. 




Amount of 
loan. 



Brown, Margaret 

Jones, Daniel K 

Mavity, William K . . • . . . 

Lewis, David B 

Groves, Andrew J 

Sellers George I. and Eebecca . . . 
Palmer, Denis H. and Sarah C . . 

Beever, Geo. W., et al 

Ingles, Abraham G 

Ingles, James M 

Myers, William H 

Nnman, Isaac W 

Meyer, Hannah 

McGlynn, Sarah 

Murden, Henry ......... 

Rodkey, Lotta T 

Ballard, William D 

Clark, Charles B. F . 

MartzoflP, Henry 

Lordeman, Francis ;...,. 

Carter, Lemuel J 

Allen, Alex. L 

Ansdell, Thomas 

Huston, Charles L . 

Hayes, James A. and Katie .... 

Lawrence, Hiram ........ 

Smith, John E., guardian, and 

Anna A. Jessup 

Cay lor, Abraham 

Jackson, Shelby S 

Deardorff, Silas and C .... - 



March 4, 1874 . . 
December 27, 1873 
January 27, 1879 . 
July 16, 1891 . . 
July 20, 1891 . . 
July 22, 1891 . . 
October 8, 1891 . 
October 14, 1891 . 
October 29, 1891 . 
October 30, 1891 . 
November 10, 1891 
November 13, 1891 
November 25, 1891 
November 28, 1891 
December 2, 1891 
December 3, 1891 
December 28, 1891 
January 4, 1892 
February 26, 1892 
March 2, 1892 
March 26, 1892 
December 24, 1892 
December 24, 189 
March 24, 1894 . 
July 9, 1894 . 
July 13, 1894 . 

July 23, 1894 . 
July 30, 1890 . 
August 28, 1894 
August 28, 1894 



$350 00 
500 00 
400 00 
350 00 
350 00 
450 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
ICO 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
200 00 
500 00 
500 00 
6(10 00 
500 00 
£00 00 
350 00 
125 06 
350 00 
500 00 
200 00 
240 00 

200 00 
600 00 
500 00 
325 00 



JACKSON COUNTY. 


1212 
1256 


Rodman, Rachel 

Ruddick, Elwood 


March 21, 1883. . . . 
January 28, 1884 . . . 


500 00 
500 00 


JASPER COUNTY. 


970 


Lang, Frederick . 


December 20,1870 . . 


500 00 


JEFFERSON COUNTY. 


1527 


Richey, Samuel H 


December 28, 1892 . • 


500 00 



64 



JOHNSON COUNTY. 



No. of 
Loan. 


Names of Borrowers. 


Date. 


Amount of 
Loan. 


1571 


Charles H. McCarty 


April 23, 1894 .... 


$300 00 



KNOX COUNTY. 




LAKE COUNTY. 



1173 
1339 



Wood, Mary E. and Thomas J 
Wood, Thomas J 



April 5, 1881. . . 
November 15, 1887 



MADISON COUNTY. 



1076 
1271 
1362 
1426 
1429 



MoBP, Mary E . 
Randall, Philip A . 
Leavell, Lawson M. 
Sheets, Barbara 
Hartley, James H 



August 10, 1876 . 
June 25, 1884 . . 
July 21, 1888. . . 
December 23, 1889 
January 16, 1890 . 



MARION COUNTY. 



832 

822 

23 

1170 

953 
1346 

836 
1231 
1063 
1315 
1247 
1269 
1149 
1332 
1270 
1335 
1225 
1015 
1366 
1338 
1350 
1351 



Bowen, Peter . 

Chape, Joseph W. ...... 

Cherry, James H ... 

Conkle, Lucy J. and Jonathan 

Galloway, Lilly . 

Davis, Waldo T . 

Gilkey, Oliver B 

Greene, Davis M 

Hawkins, Jessie F 

Johnson, Frederick 

Kerwin, Eliza 

Matier, Julia G 

McGreevey. Ellen C. and Owen 

Morrison, Wm. H 

Neal, John S . ... 

Nicliersnn, Lewis and Victoria 
Cross, Charle--* M. . . . 
Stokey, Ber jamin 
Patterson, Sarah A. 
Secrist, Magaretta . 
East. Mary J 
Bailiff, Harriett . • 



November 7, 1864. 
August 10, 1864 . 
May 9, 1843 . . 
December 21, 1880 
January 13, 1875. 
March 25, 1888. 
December 28, 186-1 
September 25, 1883 
March 2, 1876 
November 19, 1885 
November 27, 1883 
June 20, 1884 . . 
March 5, 1880 
March 17, 1887, 
July 2, 1884 
June 15, 1887 
August 4, 1883 
June 9, 1877. 
Augu.st 7, 1888 
November 16, 1 
April 14, 1888 
May 16, 1S.-8. . 



65 , 



MARION COUNTY— Continued. 



Names of Boeroweks. 




Dallas, James A 

Eeynolds, Emma P 

Munson, Mary H 

Stout, Julia A. and D. E . . . . 
Thompson, M. M. and Geo. C. - 

Petty, John 

McCray, Frank 

Patterson, Paisey 

Goodnough, John 

Hoffman, Emily R 

Shlegel, John 

Eeiss, Paul 

Silvey, Charles 

Blackman, John L 

Pentecost, Melissa J 

Patterson, Agnes G. and S. W. . 

Nutting, Ada E 

Stone, Charles T 

Wiley, Charles, et al 

Julian, George W 

Ryan, J. Robert 

Scmerlad, Chris. A 

Dearinger, Mary and James. . . 
Barrett, Joseph P. and T. K . . 

Barbour, Elizabeth H 

Morgan, B. F 

Lodge, Harriet N 

Ritter, Fred. 

Kilbonrne, Ella . . 

Thale, Henry H 

Wheatley, John N 

Martin. Rebecca J 

Reese, James H 

Carpenter, Lizzie D 

Howi-on, Mary E 

Dunn, Jacob P 

Noble, William T 

Gaid, Edwin V. and Amelia . . 

Rosenthal, Bridget 

Dunn, Harriet L 

Connaty, James W 

Williams, Anna K 

Lanham, Agnes 

Hovey, Alfred R 

Cardiff, John E 

Graham, Ellen E 

Cofiey, Emily 

Trustees Reed-st. Baptist Church 

Warmoth, Marion L 

George, Lawrence W 

Roberts, Mary A 

Smith, Mary F 

Mann, Henry T 

Cross, Charles M. and L. L . . - 

5 — Auditor. 



Amount of 
Loan. 



May 17, 188-!. , . 
June 12, 1888 . . 
October 17, 1888 . 
November 17, 1888 
December 17, 1888 
January 21, 1 
January 24, 1889 
March 22, 1889. 
June 5, 1889. . 
August 26, 1889 
July 10, 1890 . 
July 10, 1890 . 
August 11, 1890 
August 18, 1890 
September 9, 1890 
November 6, 1890 
December 5, 1890, 
October 21, 1891 
March 16, 1^92 
March 24, 1892 
April 2, 189 J 
June 2, 1892. 
June 29, 1892 
July 14, 1892 
June 16, 1892 
September 17, 1892 
February 16, 1893 
April 11, 1893 . . 
April 21, 1893 . . 
September 1, 1893 
October 14, 1893 . 
October 16, 1893 . 
October 27, 1893 . 
October 31, 1893 . 
November 1, 1893 
Novembers, 1893 
November 8, 1893 
November 29, 1893 
December 5, 1893. 
December 9, 1893. 
January 25, 1894. 
January 27, 1)594. 
February 14, 1894 
February 26, 1894 
March 23, 1894 
March 26, 1894 
March 31, 1894 
March 31, 1894 
April 6, 1894 . 
April .8, 1894 . 
May 2, 1394 . . 
May 4, 1894 . 
May 10, 1894 . 
May 24, 1894 . 



fSCO 00 
500 00 
500 00 
300 00 
400 00 
200 00 
250 00 
500 00 
200 00 
400 00 
300 fiO 
300 00 
250 00 
400 00 
250 00 
20i> 00 
600 00 
500 00 
400 00 
500 00 
200 00 
300 00 
500 00 
500 00 
400 00 
200 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
400 0© 
400 00 
500 00 
150 CO 
250 00 
100 00 
200 00 
300 00 
100 00 
125 00 
5G0 00 
500 00 
250 00 
500 00 
500 00 
350 00 
4U0 00 
500 00 
275 00 
200 00 
4o0 00 
200 00 
300 00 
250 00 
400 00 



66 



MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



No. of 
Loan. 



Names of Borrowers. 



Date. 



1581 Marshall, David E • 

1584 Nichols, Addie . . . 

1685 Carpenter, Thos. J. . 

1587 Keller, Otto 

1598 Jerusalem, Robert B. 

1603 Michael, Josephine . 



June 20, 1894 .. . 
June 21, 1894 . . . 
June 22, 1894 . . . 
June 27, 1894 . . . 
September 20, 1894. 
October 26, 1894 . . 



MORGAN COUNTY. 



1197 Baley, Rebecca 

1042 Coleman, James M 

845 Elkins, Joseph 

1203 Flake, Adams 

1307 Flake, John 

1316 Flake, Jefferson D 

1137 Hall, Mary A 

1061 Harper, Peter F . 

1043 Jones, Henry C 

1438 Privitt, Willis 

1442 Doyle, Frank 

1448 Reading, R. I 

1262 Loveall, William A 

1038 Miles, Lucinda 

802 Pearce, William 

804 Perry, Nathan and Wm. Thompson 

1303 Radford, Elizabeth 

1070 Ray, Polly . 

950 Russell, Thomas G 

1321 Robinson, Lavina 

1314 Sargent, .Tames L 

1040 Scott, JeflF. K 

1158 Shireman, Delilah and Michael . . 

1029 Thalman, Mrs. E. O 

1035 Waggamon, Joshua 

1260 Watts, Mary E 

1323 Woods, William S 

1397 Watts, Mary E 

1432 Allen, Lucy 

1456 Breed love, Mary A 

1457 Francis, James N 

1533 Warren, Effie J 

1546 Manker, Mary Jane 



June 13, 1882 . . 
September 3, 1875 
February 15, 1865 
October 4, 1882 . 
October 3, 1885 . 
November 7, 1885 
September 13, 1879 
February 29, 1876 
September 8, 1875 
April 17, 1890 . . 
June 27, 1890 . . 
September 3, 1890 
March 14, 1884 . 
March 18, 1875 . 
December 24, 1863 
January 1, 1864 . 
September 8, 1885 
May 24, 1876 . . 
November 18, 1874 
August 27, 1886 . 
November 2, 1885 
October 30, 1886 . 
July 7, 1880 . . . 
March 16, 1877 . 
April 16, 1875 . . 
March 8, 1884 . . 
October 20, 1886 . 
February 27, 1889 
February 17, 18&0 
November 26, 1890 
December 3, 1890 
April 11, 1893 - . 
November 6, 1893 



MARSHALL COUNTY. 



1367 




August 21, 1888 



b7 
MARTIN COUNTY. 



Names of Boeroweks. 



Elkins, Jarvis . . . 

Elliott, C. A . . 

Tinkle, David B . . 

Weisback, Philip . . 
McCormack, Rebecca 
Zum Felde, Henry 

Porter, Wesley J - . 



Date. 



June 1. 1883 . . 
March 5, 1877 . . 
June 25, 1887 . . 
February 16, 1882 
October 1, 1890 . 
December 6, 1890 
October 22, 1892 . 



Amount of 
Loan. 



$500 00 
500 00 
125 00 
150 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 



MIAMI COUNTY. 



Waisney, Herbert 
Carmine, Laura E 



January 11, 1892 
June 21, 1894 . . 



375 00 
250 00 



MONROE COUNTY. 



Brown, Joel T . 
Carroll, Martha . 
Miers, Robert W 
Payne, John . . 



March 15, 1884 . 
February 4, 1884 
October 29, 1885 . 
February 5, 1884 



500 00 

200 00 
500 00 
400 00 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 


1117 


Layman, Sarah 


October 3, 1878 . . . 


500 00 


NEWTON COUNTY. 


981 


Veatch, Cynthia 


E. ...... . 


November 1, 1871 . . 


300 00 


OWEN COUNTY. 


955 


White Frank . 


December 22, 1869 . . 


500 00 








PORTER COUNTY. 


795 


Green, Sarah ... 


December 14, 1870 . . 


695 57 



68 

PI TNAM COUNTY. 



No. of 
Loan. 


Names of Borrowers. 


Date. 


Amount of 
Loan. 


1206 
1174 
1209 
1340 


Donohue, Joseph M 

Frakes, Joseph 

King, Charles J. and Emily J . . . 
Hamrick, Ainbroee D 


November 1,1882 . . 
January 2, 1882 . . . 
February 22, 1883 . . 
December 6, 1887 . . . 


$300 00 
500 00 
400 00 
200 00 



RUSH COUNTY. 



1123 



NewLouse, Alfred M 



December 21, 1878 



SCOTT COUNTY. 



1326 
1320 



1299 
848 
1142 
1305 
1244 
1353 
1356 
1357 
1360 
lP>f>l 
1368 
1372 



Brody, Apa D . . . 
Finley, William D. 



November 15, 1886 
February 1, 1886. 



Fielding, James R . . 
Irvin, Newton . . . 
Puckelt, John . . 

Seeley, Mary J . . . . 
Richards, Louisa R. . 
Connor, Michael . . . 
Callahan, John . . . 
Leavitt, Thomas 
Brookbank, Morris T 
Leavell, Elizabeth .T . 
Prilliman, Sarah S . . 
Turner, Eleanor J . . 



July 27, 1885. . . 
December 10, 1872 
November 25, 1879 
September 28, 1885 
October 25, 1883 
June 7, 1888 . . 
June 25, 1888 . 
June 25, 1888 . 
July 7, 1888 
,Tulv 14, 1888. . 
August 9, 1888. 
September 7, 1888 



SHELBY COUNTY. 


1376 


Bogue, Nancy .J. and .John F . . . 


September 25, 1888 . . 


250 00 


SPENCER COUNTY. 


980 


Meek, Jeremiah V 


September 26, 1871 . . 


400 00 


TIPPECANOE COUNTY. 


952 


Cosby, Francis M 


May 20, 1886 .... 


500 00 


TIPTON COUNTY. 



69 



TIPTON COUNTY— Continued. 



Names of Borrowers. 




Bowen, Eliza A 

Gray, L E. and O. J. Bitner . . 

Whicker, Lucy, et al 

Cornelius, T. F 

Hinds, E. A. and Wm ..... 

Boyer, Aura 

Seward, Edwin L 

Griswold, Eugene M ..... • 

Nash, Eichard 

Overman, Emily 

Russell, .Jno. R. and .Jap. W., et al 
Gifford, Estella N 



October 8, 1888. 
January 25, 1889. 
October 28, 1889 . 
January 23, 1890. 
January 25, 1890 . 
June 25, 1890 . . 
November 10, 1891 
May 4, 1894 . . . 
June 21, 1894. . . 
August 28, 1894 . 
October 5, 1894. . 
October 25, 1894 . 



Breininger, Lewis 

Buckland, Wm. F 

Dailey, Michael 

Drago, Hugh G. N 

Fair, Nancy E. ..... . 

Hall, Samuel 

Keller, George Y 

Monaghan, Pat, T . . . . . 
Ogle, Harkless and Emeline 
Starr, Benjamin F., et al . . 
Mc Daniel, Alexander - . . 

Rose, John 

Smith, Jacob A 

Dowty, Ella 

Morgan, Charles H . . . . 
Edington, Elizabeth .... 
Miller, Charlotte E . . . . 

Hunt, John H 

Reiff, Daniel E ..... . 

Cochran, Benton C 

Kirkwood, Henry 

Brown, Daniel R 

Riggs, Sarah A 

King, Herschel S . - . . 

Johns, Sarah A 

Balep, Leander 

Brice, Candes M 

Peppard, Isaac H 

Monaghan, Rosa. . = . . . 

Simison, George 

Evans, James B 



January 10, 1884 
June 19, 1883 . 
November 1, 1883 
September 6, 1883 
July 6, 1883 . . 
October 22, 1883 
August 6, 1885 . 
December 19, 1883 
May 6, 1882 . 
July 29, 1884 . 
November 16, 1887 
August 2, 1888 . 
.January 5, 1889 
March 30, 1892. 
April 15, 1892 
April 25, 1892 . 
October 12, 1892 
Sentember 20, 1889 
October 22, 1889 . 
September 8, 1890 
February 28, 1881 
January 7, 1893 
March 1, 1893 . 
March 1, 1893 
June 13, 1893 . 
August 9, 1893 . 
March 23, 1894. 
April 28, 1894 . 
May 26, 1894. . 
July 3, 1894 
October 10, 1894 



Amount of 
Loan. 



$250 00 
890 00 
125 00 
350 00 
300 00 
325 00 
■400 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 



VIGO COUNTY. 


758 
1186 


Milner, John 

Rhodes, Perry 


August 11, 1860 . .. . 
March 1, 1882 . . 


225 00 
100 00 


WELLS COUNTY. 



500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
450 00 
400 00 
500 00 
300 00 
500 00 
300 00 
300 00 
goo 00 
500 00 
220 00 
500 00 
300 00 
350 00 
500 00 
500 00 
400 00 
500 00 
150 00 
350 00 
50 00 
200 00 
400 00 
250 00 
450 00 
500 00 
350 00 
300 CO 



70 



Hecapitulation Showing Condition of College Fund. 



Amount of loans outstanding . 
Cash on hand October 31, 1894, 



Total 



$118,521 89 
1,995 52 

,517 41 



PERMANENT ENDOWMENT FUND, INDIANA UNI- 
VERSITY. 



List of Borrowers. 



BOONE COUNTY. 



No. of 
Loan. 



Names of Borrowers. 




Amount of 
Loan. 



12 

37 

121 



Mills, Lura A. . . 
Gardner, Emily C . 
Higgins, William L 



November 13, 1889 
January 7, 1890 . 
June 27, 1893 . . 



El, 7 25 00 
1,400 00 
2,000 00 



CLINTON COUNTY. 


74 


Duncan, Jesse H. 


September 25, 1891 . - 


$800 


DELAWARE COUNTY. 


100 
108 


Hann, John B 

Bell, William A ' 


December 24, 1892 . . 
February 20, 1893 . . 


$1,200 00 
5,000 00 


FAYETTE COUNTY. 


11 


Davis, Waldo T . 




June 7, 1888 


$5,000 00 






GRANT COUNTY. 


144 


Russell, Edwin E ....... . 


September 26, 1894 . . 


$15,000 00 



71 



GEEENE COUNTY. 



No. of 
Loan. 


Names of Boerowers. 


Date. 


Amount of 
Loan. 


143 


Harmoia, John M. and M. C. . . . 


September 14, 1894 . . 


$2,200 00 



HANCOCK COUNTY. 



Newland, Abner L. 
Yancey, Simeon T . 



October 22, 1892 
June 13, 1893 . 



$1,000 00 
3,000 00 



HAMILTON COUNTY. 



Brehm, Conrad . 
Manship, George. 
Dunn, Andrew J. 
Freeze, Thompson 
Little, James M . 



December 14, 1889 
January 3, 1890 . 
January 7, 1890 . 
April 19, 1890 . . 
July 1,1890 



$2,500 00 
1,500 00 
2,250 00 
1,000 00 
1,400 00 



HENDKICKS COUNTY. 



Selch, Mary C. ........ 

Magnetic Springs Association 
Nysewander, Anna .J. ... 



February 10, 1890 
June 6, 1890 . . . 
March 25, 1893. . 



$550 00 
3,500 00 
1,200 00 



HOWAED COUNTY. 



Hemper, Henry G . - . 
Bowker, Eennsalaer . . . 

Hunt, Ezra S 

Johnson, James D . . . . 

Moulder, J. M. L 

Ingels, Abraham G . . . 
Kirkpatrick, Lex. J . . . 
Moore, D. W. et al . . . . 
Henderson, Mrs. C. A . . 

Vaile, Isabella 

Morgan, Sarah A . . ■ • 
Stidger, Geo. W. and L. L 
Kautz & McMonigal - . . 



May 27, 1891 
June 10, 1891 
June 15, 1891 
August 1,1891 
August 6, 1891 
December 15, 1891 
December 22, 1891 
January 2, 1892 . 
January 9, 1892 . 
January 9, 1892 . 
September 19, 1892 
April 15, 1893 - 
December 28, 1893 



$4,000 00 
2,500 00 
1,500 00 
1,000 00 
1,200 00 
2,500 00 
1,200 00 
3,000 00 
2,287 00 
500 00 
4,000 00 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 



JOHNSON COUNTY. 



Banta, Daniel B . . . . 
Banta, John E . - . . 
Vannuys, G. L. and J. L 



February 5, 1889 
February 5, 1889 
June 9, 1892 . . 



5,000 00 
3,500 00 
3.000 00 



72 



LA.WRENCE COUNTY. 



No. of 
Loan. 


Names of Borrowers. 


Date. 


Amount of 
Loan.' 


95 


Armstrong, Abner D. and Alvin . . 


August 17, 1892 . . . 


8,000 00 



MORGAN COUNTY. 



49 
57 
73 
92 
111 2 
103 



3 

7 

8 

9 

13 

17 

18 

21 

24 

25 

30 

31 

32 

33 



Crary, Sarah A . . 
Hubbard, Sanders M 
Bell, Eli ... 

Stucky, Emma S . 
Jackson, Rebecca . 
Mendenhall, Albert 



June 10, 1890 ■ .. 
January 15, 1891 . 
August 21, 1891 . 
July 1, 1892 . 
December 30, 1892 
January 17, 1893. 



Akin, Lewis G ........ 

Wishard, William H 

Ransdell, Daniel M 

Bingham, Sophia B 

Miller, Virlinda 

Wishard, Andrew 

Wiehard, Elmore 

Petty, John 

Jobnson, Robert .... 

Noble, William T 

Stone, Richard K. and Mc . . . 

Hess, Alexander 

Church, First German Reformed. 
Bingham, George U 



December 23, 1887 
January 4, 1888 . 
January 3, 1888 . 
February 1, 1888 . 
September 6, 1888 
November 22, 1888 
December 1, 1888 . 
January 23, 1889 . 
February 19, 18^9 
March 7, 1889 
June 5, 1889 . 
June 1,1889 . 
June 27, 1889 
July 31, 1889 



2,000 00 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 
6,GU0 00 
3,000 00 
1,000 00 



MARTIN COUNTY. 


55 


Felde, Henry Zum 


January 13, 


1891 . . . 


2,600 00 


MONROE COUNTY. 


59 


Landers, Martha E 


January 16, 


1881 . . . 


2,000 00 


MADISON COUNTY. 


8i 




January 22, 


1891. . 


1,< 00 00 








MARION COUNTY. 



g:],000 00 
3,500 00 
2,000 00 
4,000 00 
2,000 00 
625 00 
2,500 00 
2,700 00 
1,400 00 
1,5('0 00 
1,800 00 
1,300 00 
1,500 00 
1,000 00 



73 



MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



Names of Borrowers. 



Date. 



Amount of 
Loan. 



Nutting, Ada E 

McBride, Harriet J . . . 
Khodes, Sophia E . . . . 
Newberger, Jacob M . . . 

Harding, Laban 

Darnall, Lewis L., et al . . 
Lancaster, George W . . . 

Light, Eobert C 

Bloomer, Emma C . . • . 
Harness, George ..... 

Light, James 

Landfare, Charlotte A . . 

(^arr, Bruce 

Swift, Lucius B 

Walke", Anna L 

MuUaney, Patrick J . . - 
Randolph, Corrinna E . . 
Lockwood, Mary A . . . 

Cook, Alice M 

Nichols, Mary E . . . ■ 
Pittman, Greenup S . . . 

Griffith, Joine 

Cooper, C. M. et al ... 
Kiley, Roger M . . . .. . 

Wishard, Frances M . . . 

Fish, William S 

Shideler, Charlotte M . - 
Wright, Edward E . . . 

Redmond, F. S 

Phelan, Mary E . . . . . 
Kelsey, Russell C . . . . 
Reagan, Edward .... 
Klepfer, Isabel J . . . . 
Cline, Benjamin F ... 
Littler, Joseph W. and L 
Landers, Franklin .... 
Johnson, Richard O . . . 
Cones, Mary L .... 
Smith, Theresa H . . . . 
Reading, George P . . . 
Robbins, Sarah A . . . . 
Taggart, Thomas .... 
Kessing, Clement . . . . 
Martindale, Charles . . . 

Ritter, Carvosa 

Cain, M. H. and M. E . . 

Pohlman, John 

Worrall, James H . . . , 
Landers, Joshua F . . . 
Harseim, Robert G . . . 
Robison, Edward J . . 
Stone, Matilda C . . . . 
Johnson, Minnie L . . . 



March 12, 1890 . 
April 18, 1890 . 
May 17, 1890 . . 
May 26, 1890 . . 
May 27, 1890 . . 
June 17, 1890 . 
June 28, 1890 . 
January 2, 1891 
January 15, 1891 
January 31, 1891 
May 2, 1S91 . . 
May 25, 1891 . 
Junes, 1891 . . 
Junes, 1891 . 
June 16, 1891 
December SI, 189 
May 17, 1892 - 
May 27, 1892 . 
June 7, 1892. . 
June 8, 1892 . . 
August 4, 1892 . 
December 16, 1892 
December 29, 189 
January 17, 1893 
January 21, 1893 
February 11, 1893 
February 16, 1893 
February 28, 1893 
March 30, 1893 
April 7, 1893 , 
April 15, 1893 . 
May 31, 1893 . 
May 31, 1893 . 
May 31. 1893 . 
June 2, 1893 . • 
July 17, 1893 . 
July 21, 1893 . 
August 10, 1893 
September 30, 1893 
December 16, 1893 
December 26, 1893 
December 29, 1893 
January 8, 1894 
January 8, 1894 
May 21, 1894 . 
May 25, 1894 . 
June 5, 1894 
June 14, 1894 . 
June 26, 1894 . 
July 12, 1894 . 
Augusts, 1894 . 
August 21, 1894 
September 4, 1894 



$1,500 00 

700 00 
5,000 00 
2,500 00 
2,200 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
3,500 00 
2,000 00 
1,000 00 
2,500 00 

700 00 
5,000 00 
2,650 00 

600 00 
6,250 00 
1,500 00 
1,250 00 

600 00 

7C0 CO 
2,500 00 

650 00 
4,000 00 
1,200 00 
4,(100 00 
1,000 CO 
1,200 00 

600 00 

750 00 
1,800 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
1,500 00 
1,150 00 
2,500 CO 
5,000 00 

600 00 
4,000 00 
5,500 00 
3,900 00 
2,000 00 
8,500 00 

500 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,200 
5.000 00 

700 00 
3,500 00 
15,500 00 
1,(00 00 
2,250 00 
3,800 00 



74 

OWEN COUNTY. 



No. of 
Loan. 


Names of Bobrowers. 


Date. 


Amount of 
Loan. 


94 


Henry, James R 


August 13, 1892 . . . 


$10,000 00 


NEWTON COUNTY. 


139 


Landers, Martha E 


August 2, 1894 . . . 


22,000 00 


PORTER COUNTY. 


15 


Stickney, Henrietta V. et al. . . . 


November 16, 1888 . . 


3,000 00 


RUSH COUNTY. 


71 

75 


Bowen, Newton M 

Willey, Ethan A 


August 6, 1891. . . . 
October 13, 1891 . . . 


3,500 00 
1,200 00 


SHELBY COUNTY. 


28 

88 


Bernhamer, Charles 

Bernhamer, Charles 


May 18, 1889 .... 
June 4, 1892 


4,000 00 
3,600 00 


RIPLEY COUNTY. 


83 


Probst, William ... .... 


February 6, 1892 . . . 


900 00 


SULLIVAN COUNTY. 


86 


Hedlund, John 


May 17, 1892 .... 


2,000 00 



RECAPITULATION. 

Amount of loans outstanding $330,687 00 

Cash on hand, October 31, 1894 1,417 82 

Total . $332,104 82 



75 



TAXABLE VALUES BY YEARS. 



The Following Table Shows the Total Valuation of Beat and 
Personal Property in the State, from 1850 to the Present time, 
together with the Increase and Decrease in the Appraisement : 



YEARS. 



> . 

-I a 

03 O 






5>^ 

«« 3 

"BaQ P. 



For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 



year 1850 
year 1851 
year 1852 , 
year 1853 
year 1854 
year 1855 
year 1856 
year 1S57 , 
year 1858 , 
year 1859 
year 1860 . 
year 1861 
year 1862 , 
year 1863 . 
year 1861 
year 1865 
year 1866 , 
year 1867 
year 1S68 , 
year 1869 ' 
year 1870 . 
year 1871 , 
year 1872 , 
year 1873 . 
year 1874 . 
year 1875 . 
year 1876 . 
year 1877 . 
year 1878 ' 
year 1879 . 
year 1880 . 
year 1881 . 
year 1882 
year 1883 , 
ye r 1884. 
year ]8-(5 . 
year 1886 . 
year 1887 . 
ye,<T 1H88 
year 18'<9 . 
year 1890 . 
year 1891 . 
year 1892 . 
year 1893 . 



$138,362,085 
210.973.643 
218,563,809 
266,097,614 
290,418,148 
301,858 474 
279,032,209 
317,932,958 
318.204,964 
435,367,862 
455,011,378 
441,562,339 
421.406,936 
443.455,0H6 
516,805.999 
567,381,553 
578,484,109 
577,869,079 
587,970.549 
655,5^1,479 
662,283.178 
653,944,159 
653,367,451 
933,581,067 
954,8--.7,m 
897,739,783 
864,720.440 
85^,190.125 
8F,0,616,987 
884,36 ■i,828 
728,944.231 
805.202,792 
770.911,082 
797.942,6*^5 
804,291,273 
793.526.079 
739,451,777 
799.251,773 
821,512,984 
843483,466 
857.674,387 
1,255,256.038 
1,267,438,065 
1,302,310,250 



S4,483,029 
72.711.558 
7,590,166 
47,53i.805 
24,320,534 
11,430.320 

'38,900,749 

272,006 

117,162 898 

]9,t63,516 



22,048,100 
73,359 ,M63 
50,575,554 
11,102,556 

' 10,101,4'7d 

67.550,930 

6,761,699 



280,213.615 
21,276,408 



33,751,841 

"76,258,561 

"27,031,583 
6,348,608 



59,799,996 
22,261,211 
21,970 482 
14,190,921 
397,^81,651 
12,182,027 
34.872,185 



$22,826,265 



13,499.039 
20,155,408 



615,030 



8,839,019 
576,708 



57.117,692 

33,019,313 

9,530,315 

4,573,138 

155,424,597 

'34,291,710 



10,765.194 
54,074,302 



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.15 

.15 

.15 

.20 

.20 

.20 

.25 

.20 

.20 

.15 

.15 

.15 

.15 

.05 

.05 

.15 

.15 

.12 

.12 

.12 

.12 

.12 

.12 I 

.12 

.12 

.12 

.12 

.12 

.12 

.12 

.12 

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DECEMBER SETTLEMENT, 1893. 



Tabular Statement of the Collection of Poll Taxes, as Shoivn by the 
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COUNTIES. 


State 

Revenue,' 

1892. 


State 

School 

Revenue, 

1892. 


County 

Revenue, 

1892. 


For All 

Other 

Purposes, 

1892. 


Total 
Collec- 
tions, 

1892. 




$532 75 

1,276 25 

727 43 

306 25 

307 25 

823 00 
248 75 
466 50 
773 50 
492 00 

645 00 
1,028 50 

286 50 
603 25 
479 41 

403 10 
934 50 
759 25 
358 75 
979 00 

216 00 

234 00 
428 00 
445 75 

599 00 

872 28 
901 80 
721 65 
871 50 

600 75 

620 25 
622 00 

859 00 
721 00 
625 75 

481 00 
302 50 
610 00 
427 25 

235 40 


8532 75 

1,276 25 

727 43 

306 25 

307 25 

823 00 
248 75 
466 50 
773 50 
492 00 

645 00 
1,028 50 
286 50 
603 25 
479 41 

403 10 
934 50 
759 25 
358 75 
979 00 

216 00 

234 00 
428 00 
445 75 

599 00 

872 28 
901 80 
721 65 
871 50 

600 75 

620 25 
622 00 
859 00 
721 00 
625 75 

481 00 
302 50 
610 00 
427 25 

235 40 


■ «2,552 50 

727 43 
612 50 
307 25 

823 00 
248 75 
933 00 
1,547 00 
492 00 

1,290 00 

1,028 50 

859 50 

603 25 

479 41 

403 10 

■ ■ 759 25 

717 50 

432 00 

' ■ ■ 22 55 

1,744 56 

1.803 60 

1.804 12 
1,307 25 
1,20] 50 

930 37 

1,24 1 00 

859 00 

721 00 

1,251 50 

962 00 

610 00 
864 50 
235 40 


S235 85 

2,438 62i 

814 03 

226 75 

653 50 

823 00 
146 50 
454 00 

492 00 

104 68 
1,228 50 
452 10 
520 37 
279 40 

403 10 
984 62 

751 a5 
308 12i 

1,918 85 

■ ■ ■ 3 75 
856 00 
34 26 
22 55 

1,743 43 
1,072 87 

658 27 
2,693 00 

639 62 

393 73 
1,068 85 
1,133 85 

708 50 

752 37 

326 89 
73 50 
1,220 00 
258 48 
235 40 


81,301 35 


Allen 


6,543 62i 




2,996 32 




1,451 75 


Blackford 


1,575 25 


Boone 


3,292 00 


Brown 

Carroll 


892 75 
2,320 00 




3,094 00 


Clark 

Clay 


1,968 00 
2,684 68 




4,314 00 


Crawford , 


1,884 60 
2,330 12 




1,717 63 


Decatur 

Dekalb 


1,612 40 
2,853 62 
3,029 10 




1,743 m 


Elkhart 


3,876 85 




864 00 


Floyd 


471 75 


Fountain 


1,712 00 
925 76 


Fulton 


1,243 10 




5,232 55 




4,680 07 


Greene 

Hamilton 


3,905 69 
5,743 25 
3,042 62 




2,564 04 




3,556 85 




3,710 85 


Howard 

Huntington 


2,871 50 
3,255 37 

2,250 89 




678 50 


Jay 


3,050 00 
1,967 48 


Jennings 


941 60 



85 



COLLECTION OF POLL TAXES— Continued. 



COUNTIES. 



State 
Revenue, 

1892. 



State 

School 

Revenue, 

18S2. 



County 

Revenue, 

1892. 



For All 

Other 

Purposes, 

1892. 



Total 
Collec- 
tions, 
1892. 



JonBson . 
Knox . . . 
Kosciusko 
Lagrange . 
Lake . . . 



Laporte . 
Lawrence 
Madison 
Marion . 
Marshall 



Martin . . . 
Miami. . . . 
Monroe . . . 
Montgomery 
Morgan . . . 



Newton 
Noble . 
Ohio. . 
Orange 
Owen . 



Parke . 
Perry . 
Pike. . 
Porter . 
Posey . 



Pulaski . 
Putaam 
Randolph 
Ripley . 
Rush . . 



Scott . . . 
Shelby . . 
Spencer . . 
Starke 
St. Joseph 



Steuben . . . 
Sullivan . . 
Switzerland , 
Tippecanoe . 
Tipton . . . 



Union .... 
Vanderburgh 
Vermillion . 
Vigo 



Wabash . . . 
Warren . . . 
Warrick. . . 
Washington 



Wayne . 
Wells . , 
White . . 
Whitley 



S578 26 
679 25 
163 00 
472 00 
188 50 

527 75 
433 00 
934 00 
2,543 48 
620 25 

485 25 
701 00 
325 00 
828 75 
551 00 

329 21 
569 25 
118 50 
378 00 
415 68 

644 25 
407 75 
584 25 
210 75 
450 00 

309 00 
635 00 
809 50 
338 50 
469 00 

213 25 
779 75 
512 87 
136 75 
749 25 

390 50 
746 75 
355 95 
613 45 



214 50 

709 25 
384 00 
658 75 

777 50 
308 00 
453 50 
593 21 

713 75 
843 50 
524 50 
103 00 



S578 25 
679 25 
163 00 
472 00 
188 50 

527 75 
433 00 
934 00 
2,543 48 
620 25 

485 25 
701 00 
325 00 
828 75 
551 00 

329 21 
569 25 
118 50 
378 00 
415 68 

64t 25 
407 75 
584 25 
210 75 
450 00 

309 00 
635 00 
808 50 
338 50 
469 00 

213 25 
779 75 
512 87 
136 75 
749 25 

390 50 
746 75 
355 95 
613 45 
2,403 50 

214 50 
709 25 
384 00 
658 75 

777 50 
308 00 
453 50 
593 21 

713 75 
843 50 
524 50 
103 00 



Total 



$51,306 93 



851,306 93 



1578 25 



163 00 



188 50 

527 75 
866 00 
934 00 
2,543 48 
620 25 

790 50 
701 00 
650 00 
828 75 
1,102 00 



756 00 
830 77 

1,288 50 

1,019 37 

1,752 75 

210 75 

900 00 

309 00 
635 00 
808 50 
677 00 
945 00 

426 50 

779 75 

1,538 61 

749 25 



1,493 50 

355 95 

1,227 90 

1,207 00 

429 00 

709 25 

384 00 

1,317 50 

777 50 
616 00 
453 50 
593 21 

1,427 50 

'l,'049 00 



«1,040 85 
679 25 
405 00 



282 75 

458 50 
108 00 
978 00 
1,932 43 
785 35 

365 25 
774 05 
291 80 
828 75 
168 00 

101 15 

13 00 

52 00 

342 90 

154 44 

1,154 88 
680 85 
117 38 
210 75 
350 00 

232 75 

1,321 78 

922 50 

36 42 

486 50 

9 25 

1,107 25 

318 83 

31 25 

691 25 

98 00 
728 86 
265 25 
204 35 
605 03 

429 00 
709 25 
537 62 
907 83 

858 87 

24 37 

497 50 

973 29 

994 24 
365 98 
412 00 
244 00 



166,519 29 



$53,418 33 



12,775 60 

2.037 75 
894 00 
944 00 
848 25 

2,011 75 
1,840 00 
3,780 00 
9,562 87 
2,646 10 

2,126 25 
2,877 05 
1,591 80 
3,315 00 
2,372 00 

759 57 
1,151 50 

289 00 
1,854 90 
1,816 27 

3,731 88 
2,515 22 

3.038 63 
843 00 

2,150 00 

1,159 75 
3,226 78 
3,348 00 
1,390 42 
2,369 50 

862 25 
3,446 50. 
2,883 18 

304 75 
2,939 00 

879 00 
3,715 86 
1,333 10 
2,659 15 
6,617 50 

1,287 00 
2,837 00 
1,689 62 
3,542 83 

3,191 37 
1,256 37 
1,858 00 
2,752 92 

3,849 24 

2,052 98 

2,510 00 

450 00 



2,551 48 



86 



COLLECTION OF POLL TAXES. 



MAY SETTLEMENT, 1894. 



Tabular Statement of \he CoUeetion of Poll Taxes as Shown by the 
May Settlement Sheet, 1894.. 



COUNTIES. 


State 
Revenue. 


State 

School 

Revenue. 


County 
Revenue. 


For All 

Other 

Purposes. 


Total 
Collections 




8805 50 

2,134 00 

787 22 

416 50 

344 50 

878 50 
187 00 
437 50 
997 50 
606 00 

996 50 
835 75 

345 00 
651 00 
597 75 

645 75 

1,146 50 

943 50 

868 25 

1,666 75 

390 00 
398 00 
502 (10 
6S3 70 
614 25 

664 33 
863 00 
805 25 
753 00 
656 10 

610 06 
643 25 
910 50 
713 00 
828 50 

732 00 
371 25 

665 50 
460 25 
407 10 


S805 50 

2,134 00 

787 22 

416 50 

344 50 

878 50 
187 00 
437 50 
997 50 
606 00 

996 50 
835 75 

345 00 
651 00 
597 75 

645 75 

1,146 50 

943 50 

868 25 

1,666 75 

390 00 
398 00 
502 00 
683 70 
614 25 

664 33 
863 00 
805 25 
753 00 
656 10 

610 06 
643 25 
910 50 
713 00 
828 50 

732 00 
371 25 

665 50 
460 25 
407 10 


■ $4,268 00 
787 22 
481 50 
344 50 

878 50 
187 00 
875 00 
1,995 00 
606 00 

1,993 00 
835 75 
889 00 
651 00 
597 75 

645 75 

913 50 
1,736 50 

780 00 

1,328 66 
1,726 00 
2,3:-!l 75 
1,506 00 
1,312 20 

915 0'^ 

1,286 50 

910 fiO 

713 00 

1,657 00 

732 00 

665 50 
920 50 
407 10 


$339 50 

1,016 50 

880 92 

365 00 

734 75 

878 50 
112 63 
475 00 

606 00 

180 88 
1,050 38 
497 75 
577 38 
318 23 

645 75 

1,487 39 

875 40 

724 25 

2,881 25 

■ ■ ■ 9 '75 

1,004 00 

47 77 

116 25 

1.252 63 
1,085 62 

621 35 
1,114 44 

7/0 22 

322 03 
994 49 
1,029 00 
585 62 
948 48 

639 19 

44 25 

1,331 00 

296 92 

407 10 


$1,950 50 


Allen 


9,552 50 




3,242 58 




1.679 50 


Blaektord 


1,768 25 
3,514 00 


Brown 

Carroll 


673 63 
2,225 00 
3,990 00 


Clark 


2,424 00 


Clay 


4,166 88 


Clinton 

Crawford 


3,557 63 
2.076 75 
2,530 38 




2,111 48 


Decatur 

Dekalb 


2.583 00 
3,780 39 
3,705 90 




4,197 25 


Elkhart 


6,214 75 


Fayette 

Floyd 


1,?.60 00 
805 75 




2,008 00 


Franklin 

Fulton 

Gibson 


1,415 17 
1,344 75 

3,909 95 
4,537 62 




4.563 60 




4,126 44 


Hancock 

Harrison 


3,334 62 
2,457 21 


Hendricks 

Henry 

Howard 


3.567 49 
3,760 50 
2,722 62 
4,262 48 




2,835 19 


Jasper 


786 75 




3,327 50 




2,137 92 


Jennings 


1,628 40 



87 



COLLECTION OF POLL TAXES— Continued. 



COUNTIES. 



State 
Revenue. 



State 

School 

Revenue. 



County 
Revenue. 



For All 

Other 

Purposes. 



Total 
CoUectiona 



Johnson, . . 

Knox 

Kosciusko . . 
Lagrange . . 
Lake 

Laporte . . . 
La»rrence , . 
Madison . . . 
Marion. . . . 
Marshall. . . 

Martin. . . . 
Miami. . . . 
Monroe . . . 
Montgomery. 
Morgan . . . 

Newton . . . 
Noble .... 

Ohio 

Orange. . . . 
Owen 

Parke .... 

Perry 

Pike 

Porter. . . . 
Posey .... 

Pulaski • . . 
Putnam . . . 
Randolph . . 
Ripley .... 
Rush 

Scott 

Shelby. . . . 
Spencer . . . 
Starke. . . . 
St. Joseph. . 

Steuben . . . 
Sullivan. . . 
Switzerland . 
Tippecanoe . 
Tipton. . . . 

Union .... 
Vanderburgh 
Vermillion. . 
Vigo 

Wabash . . . 
Warren ... 
Warrick . . . 
Washington . 

Wayne. . . 
Wells .... 
White .... 
Whitley . . . 

Total. . . 



$607 25 
637 00 

1,293 GO 
584 00 

1,134 50 

1,144 00 

482 50 

1,442 75 

4,521 96 

606 50 

341 50 
806 50 
789 00 
699 50 
600 50 

342 32 
887 75 
148 26 
415 25 
421 75 

664 50 
640 50 
497 25 
451 50 
662 00 

375 00 
605 15 
811 00 
635 75 
550 00 

213 75 

863 25 

753 69 

196 75 

1,544 60 

578 00 

852 75 

390 75 

1,052 65 

2,404 11 

233 00 

1,184 00 

307 25 

897 25 

744 57 
297 35 
625 00 
538 62 

1,003 00 
767 50 
497 50 
893 00 



3,588 13 



8607 25 
637 00 

1,293 00 
584 00 

1,134 50 

1,144 00 

482 50 

1,442 75 

4,521 96 

606 50 

341 50 

806 50 
789 00 
699 50 
600 50 

342 32 
887 75 
148 20 
415 25 
421 75 

664 50 
640 50 
497 25 
451 50 
662 00 

375 00 
605 15 
811 00 
635 75 
550 00 

213 75 
863 25 
753 69 
196 75 
1,544 00 

578 00 

852 75 

390 75 

1,052 65 

2,404 11 

233 00 

1,184 00 

307 25 

897 25 

744 57 
297 35 
625 00 
538 62 

1,003 00 
767 50 
497 50 
893 00 



$607 25 
'1,293 00 



1,134 50 

1,144 00 

965 00 

1,442 75 

4,521 96 

606 50 

683 00 
806 50 

1,578 00 
699 50 

1,201 00 



830 50 
843 00 

1,328 50 
1,601 25 
1,491 75 
451 50 
1,324 00 

375 00 

605 15 

811 00 

1,271 50 

1,100 00 

427 50 
863 25 

2,261 07 
51 25 

1,544 00 



1,705 50 

390 75 

2,105 30 

1,037 00 

466 00 
1,184 00 

307 25 
1,794 50 

744 57 
594 71 
625 00 
538 62 

2,006 00 

995 00 



3,588 13 



$84,270 12 



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673 00 

3,232 50 

96 00 

1,470 75 

810 25 

149 50 

1,788 38 

3,618 75 

797 40 



897 68 

1,133 25 

699 50 

135 00 

179 99 
145 00 

84 10 
335 45 
107 50 

1,182 10 

1,095 10 

120 25 

459 10 

375 00 

346 25 

1,260 71 

961 25 

85 87 
550 00 



1,188 00 
398 15 

'l,567 75 

118 00 

1.252 88 
168 25 
436 50 
555 00 

466 00 
1,184 00 

400 25 
1,250 41 

990 80 

681 00 
1,037 87 

1.253 75 
188 50 
390 00 

2,068 75 



5,648 11 



82,914 80 
1,911 00 
7,111 50 

1.264 00 
4.874 25 

4,242 25 
2,079 50 
6,116 63 
17,184 63 
2,616 90 

1,366 00 
3,317 18 
4,289 25 
2,798 OO 
2,237 eo 

864 63 
1,920 50 

380 50 
1,996 45 
1,794 00 

3,839 10 
3,977 3S 
2,606 50 
1,813 60 
3,023 00 

1,471 25 
3,076 16 
3,394 25 
2,628 87 
2,750 00 

855 00 

3,777 75 

4,166 60 

444 75 

6,199 75 

1,274 00 
4,663 88 
1,340 50 
4,647 10 
6,400 22 

1,398 00 
4,736 00 
1,322 00 
4,839 41 

3,224 51 
1,189 41 
2,556 00 
2,653 73 

5.265 75 
1,723 50 
2,380 00 
3,854 75 



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